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Regina Maris 



SALVE REGINA COLLEGE 



OCHRE POINT 
AVENUE 

1967 

NEWPORT 
RHODE ISLAND 



"SELF EXPANSION CREATES STABIL- 
ITY IN AN EVER-CHANGING WORLD." 
CERTAINLY THE THEME OF THE 1967 
REGINA MARIS IS A MOST SIGNIFICANT 
APPROACH TO THE TWENTIETH YEAR 
OF OUR COLLEGE. THERE HAS BEEN 
A STEADY, UNREMITTING, AND UN- 
ENDING DEDICATION WHICH HAS 
MOULDED THE PATTERN AND THE 
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROGRESS 
MEASURED BY THE PASSING OF TIME. 




To Live With The Complexity 




Of Sudden Change 



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To Tolerate 



WE ARE THE INHERITORS OF A REVOLUTION. THE SPEED OF 
CHANGE IN OUR TIMES IS RIVALLING THE SPEED OF LIGHT. THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND EDUCATION 
MOVES ONWARD AT EACH SUNSET. EACH NEW DAWN AWAKENS 
IN US A NEW HOPE. EACH NEW HOPE CREATES A NEW DREAM. 
EACH NEW DREAM PRESENTS A NEW REALITY. IN EACH NEW 
REALITY WE FIND STABILITY, AND IN OUR STABILITY WE FIND 
THE SEEDS OF FURTHER EXPANSION. 

OUR UNIVERSE IS CONSTANTLY CHANGING. AND WE, AS VITAL 
PARTS OF OUR UNIVERSE, WITNESS THIS CHANGE WITH RENEWED 
VIGOR. FROM THIS RENEWAL WE GAIN A NEW PERSPECTIVE, 
AND FROM THIS NEW PERSPECTIVE WE FIND THE IMPETUS FOR 
INDIVIDUAL CHANGE. IT IS IN THIS REALM THAT THE TRUE 
PROGRESSION OF OUR WORLD FINDS ITS BASIS. AN EMPHASIS 
ON INDIVIDUALITY FOSTERS SELF-UNDERSTANDING. IT IS FROM 
SELF-KNOWLEDGE THAT A KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING 
OF OTHERS DEVELOPS. IT IS FROM KNOWLEDGE OF OTHERS 
THAT KNOWLEDGE OF THE VALUE OF OUR SOCIETY GROWS, 
AND IT IS IN THE REALIZATION OF THE TRUE VALUE OF THE 
HUMAN PERSON THAT WE ENABLE OURSELVES TO IMPROVE 
OUR WORLD. 

WE STAND RENEWED IN THE THRESHOLD OF CHANGE READY 
TO BECOME ACTIVE CONTRIBUTORS TO OUR WORLD. 





Ambiguity In Time a and Change 




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DEDICATION 

AMIDST THE SHADOW OF OUR WEAKNESS LIES THE SUNSHINE 
OF OUR STRENGTH. YET VERY OFTEN OUR STRENGTH FLICKERS 
DIMLY DURING OUR COLLEGE YEARS, AWAITING A NEW SPARK, 
A NEW VIGOR TO IGNITE OUR HOPES AND AID IN REALIZING 
OUR DREAMS. IT IS IN YOU, SISTER MARY JEAN, THAT WE 
HAVE FOUND OUR HOPE. IT IS IN YOUR SELFLESS GIVING 
AND GENUINE INTEREST THAT OUR DREAMS HAVE BECOME 
REALITIES. IT IS YOUR PART IN OUR LIVES THAT GIVES US 
REASON TO SAY, ". . . AND THE LIGHT SHINES IN THE DARK- 
NESS." IT IS TO YOU, SISTER MARY JEAN, THAT WE, THE SENIOR 
CLASS, DEDICATE THE 1967 REGINA MARIS. 





CHANGING SCENES 



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EACH OF OUR COLLEGE YEARS FINDS FULFILL- 
MENT OF DREAMS AND MAKING OF ABUNDANT 
MEMORIES. TIME GOES BY WITH BREATHTAKING 
SPEED. NEW WORLDS OPEN TO US; WE MAKE NEW 
FRIENDS; WE CHERISH THE OLD. AND IN THIS 
PASSING OF TIME WE EXPERIENCE CHANGE- 
WITHIN OURSELVES AND WITHIN OUR COLLEGE. 

AS THE HOURS RUN FROM DAWN TO SET OF SUN 
ACROSS OUR YEARS, IT BRINGS AWARENESS. 
YOUTH'S INNOCENCE REPLACED BY TRUTH GIVES 
LIFE A NEW PERSPECTIVE. IT IS IN THE RECOGNI- 
TION OF THIS SELF-EXPANSION THAT WE DEVELOP 
A FAITH FIRM AND ALIVE TO TRUTH AND A REALI- 
ZATION THAT WE, AS SALVE REGINA GRADUATES, 
WILL FIND A CERTAIN MATURITY AND STABILITY 
WITHIN OUR EVER CHANGING WORLD. DESPITE 
MUTABILITY, A QUEST FOR WISDOM, A DISCOVERY 
OF TRUTH, AND A CREATION OF CONCEPTS REMAIN 
THE PRIMARY COMMITMENT OF THE STUDENT AND 
THE CHRISTIAN WOMAN. 

TIME PASSES SEEMINGLY UNTOUCHED AS WE 
CLIMB STEADFASTLY TOWARD ACHIEVEMENT. THIS 
IS THE YEAR TO SET SIGHTS AND TO EMBARK ON A 
CAREER. COLLEGE IS MORE PAST NOW THAN 
FUTURE. THE PRESENT IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN 
EVER BEFORE. EVERY STEP REQUIRES THOUGHT; 
EVERY WORD A HESITATION. ENJOY IT, PROFIT 
*Y IT, PONDER IT, AND END IT WITH A MARK- 
THAT OF DISTINCTION. 



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Creates Stability 



IN THE DYNAMIC WORLD IN 
WHICH WE ARE NOW LIVING, 
WHERE COLD WAR TENSIONS 
AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES 
HAVE BECOME THE CONCERN 
OF ALL, THE NEED FOR 
KNOWLEDGE AND HUMAN UN- 
DERSTANDING HAS NEVER 
BEEN MORE GREATLY FELT. 



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OUR ERA IS ONE OF CONFLICTING 
DEMANDS. SOCIETY INSISTS THAT 
MAN GROUP HIS IDEAS, HIS AMBI- 
TIONS, HIS DESIRES IN POLITICAL, 
RELIGIOUS, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL 
ORGANIZATION TO FACILITATE PROG- 
RESS, HARMONY, AND UNITY. 



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SIMULTANEOUSLY THERE IS PUBLISHED 
THE DARE TO BE DIFFERENT. PSYCHOLO- 
GISTS IMPRESS ON US THE IMPORTANCE 
OF BEING TRUE TO OURSELVES. THE CHAL- 
LENGE IS TO ANSWER HONESTLY, ESTAB- 
LISHING AN INNER ACCORD AND PEACE 
OF MIND. EDUCATION MUST BE AWARE OF 
THESE DEMANDS AND THROUGH ITS 
PROPER MEDIUM PREPARE STUDENTS TO 
ADAPT THEIR ROLES AS INDIVIDUALS LIV- 
ING IN A HIGHLY ORGANIZED WORLD 
WHERE "TEAM SPIRIT" AND "TOGETHER- 
NESS" HAVE THREATENED TO STAMP OUT 
ANY SPARK OF INDEPENDENT THOUGHT, 
ACTION, OR INQUIRY. YET IT IS THROUGH 
THIS TOGETHERNESS, THROUGH EXPE- 
RIENCING LIFE'S JOYS AND SORROWS 
WITH OTHERS THAT WE COME TO KNOW 
AND UNDERSTAND OTHERS. IT IS IN TRULY 
EVALUATING AND APPRECIATING OTHERS 
THAT WE FOSTER SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND 
SELF-UNDERSTANDING— THE KEY TO DE- 
VELOPING AN INDIVIDUALITY SO VITAL IN 
MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF A MODERN 
WORLD. 

SOCIALLY, SPIRITEDLY WE SEEK THE 
MEANS TO THE AIM OF INTEGRATION OF 
SELF WITH OTHERS. 

SUCCESS IS THE PERCEPTION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE AND INTERDEPENDENCE. COL- 
LEGE IS THE PATHWAY WHICH FOSTERS 
QUALITIES ELEMENTARY TO COHESION OF 
THE ONE WITH SOCIETY. OUR YEARS AT 
SALVE HAVE AFFORDED US THIS OPPOR- 
TUNITY; IT IS OURS TO MEET THE CHAL- 
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FOUNDED ON ENTHUSIASM, COHESION BUILDS 
WITH COOPERATIVE, PERSEVERENT, DEPENDABLE 
INVOLVEMENT. REQUIRING PATIENCE IT RETURNS 
FULFILLMENT, POSSESSION, SACRIFICE; IT RE- 
TURNS JOY. 

INITIALLY DISJOINTED, THIS BODY IS FINALLY 
CONSOLIDATED THROUGH THE LABORS OF EACH 
WHO LIVES NOT ALOOFLY, BUT CONTIGUOUSLY, 
WHO ENJOYS NOT SELF-1NTERESTEDLY BUT BE- 
NEVOLENTLY, WHO DEMANDS NOT SHORTSIGHT- 
EDLY BUT WITH DISCRETION. CONCURRENT WITH 
THE GROWTH OF SOCIAL STRENGTH IS THE AUG- 
MENTATION OF PERSONAL VITALITY. 





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FOR A WHOLE TO BELIEVE, TO TRUST, 
AND TO CHERISH ITS PARTS, IT MUST 
HAVE FAITH, HOPE, AND DEVOTION. RULED 
BY WISDOM AND JUSTICE UNDER THE 
CHARM OF A GOTHIC SETTING AS ONE, 
THE MANY MEET TO WORK, AND LAUGH, 
AND PRAY. 

THE GOLDEN HOURS WITHIN THESE 
WALLS IMMEASURABLE BY CLOCK OR 
CALENDAR ARE BUT A THRESHOLD TO 
OUR FUTURE. 

DUE TO THE CULMINATION OF ACA- 
DEMIC, SOCIAL, AND RELIGIOUS INTENT, 
WE REACH AN OPEN DOOR; WE ARE NOW 
READY TO EMBARK UPON A LIFE OF LOVE, 
SACRIFICE, AND DEDICATION. 





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OUR SEARCH FOR THE ULTIMATE FOSTERS INTERPRETA- 
TION, ANALYSIS AND UNDERSTANDING. AS SENIORS WE ARE 
EAGER FOR THE CHALLENGE, SEEKING TRUTH, RENEWING, 
MOLDING, ENRICHING OUR COLLEGE YEARS IN LIVING 
WITH AND LOVING OTHERS. EACH STEP OF THE WAY CLARI- 
FIES SOME OF LIFE'S MYSTERIES. EACH DAY BRINGS WITH 
IT A NEW VISION, A NEW HOPE. EACH HOUR, NEW DISCERN- 
MENT. EACH MOMENT, WE LEARN TO LIVE LIFE AT ITS 
FULLEST. 

BE A WOMAN, A FRIEND, A PRAYERFUL PENITENT, ONE 
WITH A PROBLEM, AN INDIVIDUAL, A PERSON WHILE 
LAUGHING AT A DANCE, IN SILENCE, PRESSING AN ORCHID, 
CLUTCHING A DIPLOMA. IN THIS ENDLESS PLAN, TIME STOPS 
THE MOVEMENT OF THE CLOCK AND FOR ONE DATELESS 
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ACCOMPLISHMENT BRINGS UNIFIED VITALITY AND PER- 
SONAL SERENITY. A LULL . . . THE CRESCENDOING ACTIVITY 
OF BUSY SCHEDULES TEMPORARILY CULMINATES IN SI- 
LENCE. WE RETREAT INTO THE INFINITY OF OUR SOULS 
WHERE THERE IS NO TIME. OUR AWARENESS OF GOD IS 
INCREASED THROUGH A RE-EMPHASIS OF HIS PRESENCE. 
AFTER MEDITATION, OUR RENEWED PERSPECTIVE POINTS 
CHAOS INTO DIRECTION AND SOON OUR COUNTED EXIST- 
ENCE BEGINS AGAIN WITH FAITH, HOPE, AND DEVOTION. 





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THE MOMENT IS OURS . . . GIVEN SIGNIFICANCE 
BY THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE REGULATED 
OUR UNSTEADY COUNT INTO A RHYTHMIC BEAT. 
THEIR FUNDAMENTAL WORDS PERVADE OUR 
THOUGHTS AND ATTAIN GREATER VALUE IN THEIR 
IMPLICATIONS. THE WISDOM THEY IMPART EN- 
LIGHTENS OUR PRIVATE INTERESTS AND EN- 
DEAVORS WITH THE GLOW OF UNDERSTANDING. 
NOT ONE BUT ALL HAVE EXERTED THE EFFORT TO 
INSTILL IN US THE SPIRIT OF KNOWLEDGE, WITH 
THEIR PATIENCE, CONCERN AND GUIDING HANDS 
... IN THIS THEIR TIME TO ACT AND SERVE THE 
FUTURE HOUR. SELFLESSNESS IS INVARIABLY A 
MATTER OF POLICY WHICH WE EXPERIENCE FROM 
EACH MEMBER OF OUR ADMINISTRATION AND 
FACULTY. THEY HAVE SHOWN US THAT PURSUIT 
OF LOVE AND WISDOM QUICKENS MAN'S MIND TO 
GRASP A SYSTEMATIC ORDERING OF HIS KNOWL- 
EDGE AND OF THE ACTIVITY TO PLACE A GIVEN 
OBJECT IN ITS PROPER PERSPECTIVE. THEY HAVE 
AIDED US IN GRASPING THE IDEAS THAT ARE 
ESSENTIAL FOR THE COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF 
A CHRISTIAN WOMAN. WE HAVE BEEN GUIDED TO 
DO MORE THAN DIRECT OUR INTELLECT TOWARD 
ONE ISOLATED GOAL; WE HAVE BEEN STIMULATED 
TO A PURSUIT OF INTELLECTUAL HONESTY, TO A 
LOVE OF TRUTH AND AN INCREASE IN OUR ABILITY 
TO THINK CLEARLY IN ALL FIELDS OF ENDEAVOR. 



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In The Light of Vatican 




Most Reverend Russell J. McVinney in this era of change 
cherishes the wisdom of the Church and guards intact its de- 
posit of faith. 



The Most Reverend 
Russell J. McVinney, D.D. 



Most Reverend Bernard Kelly encourages and guides souls in 
their loyalty to the decrees of Paul VI and in their own re- 
newal of mind and soul. 



The Most Reverend 
Bernard M. Kelly, D.D. 




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Sister Mary Emily, R.S.M. 
President 



Sister Mary Emily, R.S.M., president, begins her day in her office and 
finds her first visitor to be the photographer. The appointments await 
the click of the camera. 



Our College Moves Onward 



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Mother Mary Kieran, R.S.M. Mother Provincial finds the growing 
college and its many activities another aspect of her responsibilities 
and apostolate. 



With Courage 




"What shall this day bring?" asks 
Sister Mary Rosalia, R.S.M. Dean 
of Studies. That question is an- 
swered in the most unexpected ways 
and demands full time attention and 
deliberation. 



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Sister Marie Therese, R.S.M. Librarian pauses for 
a moment in her busy day among the books. 

Sister Mary Venard, R.S.M., Assistant Treasurer checks 
an item in her accounts with Sister Mary Petronilla, 
R.S.M. Treasurer. 



and With Faith 



Mrs. Gloria Gibbons, secretary, consults Sister Mary Dionysia, R.S.M.. 
Registrar. The schedule is an ever present item for deliberation. 



"May I come to Salve Regina?" This is a question Sister Mary Audrey, 
Dean of Admission finds in her daily mail. 





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Sister Mary Donald, R.S.M., Dean of Women, gives her 
attention to permission slips, appointment dates, and the 
endless problems of her office. 



Doctor E. William Burrell stops along the way to check 
his busy schedule of visits to student teachers. 




Design is only one of the items Sister Mary Mercedes, 
R.S.M. included in her art exhibitions. 



The camera caught Reverend John Reilly enroute from Metaphysics 
class one cold winter morning. 




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Consultation in progress — Sister Mary Joannes and Mrs. Ruth Fletcher 
plan ahead for the Home Economics students. 



Miss Wanda Lewis, philosophy professor, seeks surcease from class prepa- 
rations in her cup of coffee. 



Sister Mary Martina, R.S.M. consults two other members of the history 
faculty, Sister Mary Antonine, R.S.M. and Sister Mary Wilhelmina, R.S.M. 




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A pleasant outlook and a well 
prepared lesson finds Reverend 
Anthony Rebeiro ready to be- 
gin. 



Sister Mary Brenda, R.S.M. 
offers Reverend Joseph She- 
nick, theology professor, a pro- 
gram outlining events of the 
Ecumenical Workshop. 




In Pursuit of Excellence 



Sister Mary Nolasco, R.S.M. holds brief meeting with Mrs. Ann Pelletier, 
Sister Mary Ignatius, R.S.M. and Mrs. Arlette Hopkins. Is the dialogue 
French, Spanish, or English ? 




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Out for a breath of air between Math classes, 
Mr. Joseph Berman and Mr. Jesse McCoy 
compare notes. 

"All your papers corrected, Sister?" Sister 
Mary Loretto, R.S.M. has a pat answer for 
this problem in English composition. 




The concert is about to begin so Mrs. Marian 
Van Sylke and Sister Mary Rosina, R.S.M. 
make one last check on the agenda. 




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As always Doctor Frank Greene is busy at work 
in his office in Room 35, McAuley Hall. 



Miss Rae O'Neil, social studies professor, has a 
fine tale to tell Sister Mary Isabel, R.S.M. assis- 
tant librarian and Sister Mary Patrician, R.S.M. of 
the history department. 





Sister Mary Augustine, R.S.M. busy with Alumnae News and the schedule for 
the nursing division is waylaid by the camera. 





Building in progress! Doctor George Morris, Sister Ralph Mary, R.S.M., Mr. 
Leo Bottari, Sister Mary Philemon, R.S.M., Sister Mary Brenda, R.S.M., and 
Doctor Ascansi DiPippo survey the results of the blueprints. 



Surprise party for Mrs. Judith Jordan was the occasion for this picture with 
Miss Cecile Belisle and Miss Helen Maloof of the Nursing division. 



Business and pleasure is the tenor of this meeting. Miss Lucille Sullivan, Sister 
Mary Laetare, R.S.M., Sister Marie Eugene, R.S.M. discuss common problems 
with Sister Mary Augustine, R.S.M. 




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Sister Mary Thecla, R.S.M. and Sister Mary 
Eloise, R.S.M. check some new texts for their 
theology readings. 



"Any message for me?" Queries Sister Mary 
Magdala, R.S.M. of Mrs. Marie Sullivan. The 
switchboard is always buzzing for someone. 




A social occasion is a change 
for Mrs. Marguerite Murphy, 
physical education instructor, as 
she chats with Terry Marzilli. 



In The Arts and 



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The book's the thing at this moment for Mr. Robert McKenna, 
political science instructor. 

Sister Mary Constantia, R.S.M. formulates a plan for her class 
in special education. 



Coffee break ! Sister Marie Suzanne, R.S.M. , Director of Coun- 
seling and Placement Director, enjoys Chit-Chat with Doctor 
Hilda Calabro of the education department and with her con- 
freres Doctor Lester Carr and Miss Marie McDonald. 






Sister Mary Alfred, R.S.M. is on her way to appointments 
with student nurses. 



In The Sciences 




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Doctor Dorothy Troendle, Sister Mary 
Jean, R.S.M. and Mrs. Mary Penl are 
in a huddle — yes, it's English of course. 




Doctor Heriberto Vascjuez meets the camera's eye just as he 
is on his way to Spanish class. 



Doctor Vernon Lisbon and Miss Ann-Marie Keenan listen to 
Sister Mary Christopher, R.S.M. as she recommends an article 
in the Sociological Review. 



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A place for everything and everything in its place. Public relations, cultural affairs, timely topics find Miss Joan David and 
Sister Frederick Mary, R.S.M. puts the files in order. Doctor Kenneth Brasted in conference. 




Sister Mary Michaelinda, R.S.M. stops a moment in the Business Office to 
check an item. 



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ACTIVITI 




SELF-REALIZATION IS THE KEY TO THE EXPAN- 
SION OF SALVE REGINA COLLEGE AND ITS STUDENT 
BODY. IT IS THE SPIRIT OF SALVE REGINA CON- 
VEYING A GENUINE INTEREST IN HER STUDENTS 
THAT BREEDS INTEREST AND ENTHUSIASM FOR 



STUDENT ACTIVITY. INVOLVEMENT IS AN EXTEN- 
SION OF ACADEMIC ENDEAVOR. LEARNING PRE- 
SUPPOSES FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND SPARKS 
CONTINUED EFFORTS FOR THE ATTAINMENT OF 
EXCELLENCE. EXCELLENCE IS ATTAINED THROUGH 
SELF-EXPANSION. COLLEGE LIFE OPENS MANY 
AVENUES FOR ENRICHMENT. 

FROM AN ENCOUNTERING OF MINDS, ONE DE- 
RIVES FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND FREEDOM OF 
EXPRESSION. FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND EX- 
PRESSION CREATES A NEED FOR EVALUATION OF 
SELF AND FROM THIS EVOLVES A DESIRE FOR 
EVALUATION OF CONCEPTS, IDEAS, AND SITUA- 
TIONS. IT IS IN LEARNING TO THINK CLEARLY AND 
TO EVALUATE WITH DISCRETION THAT AN ALERT 
AND RESPONSIVE MIND IS FORMED. EXTRA-CUR- 
RICULAR ACTIVITIES ARE A SPRINGBOARD FOR 
NEW INTERESTS AND IDEAS. STUDENT-SPONSORED 
ACTIVITIES FOSTER STUDENT INITIATIVE AND 
DEDICATION. STUDENT LEADERSHIP EMERGES AND 
FROM THIS ONE DEVELOPS POISE, RESPONSIBILITY, 
AND CONSIDERATION FOR OTHERS. CLUB ACTIVI- 
TIES ARE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PARTICIPATION, 
INVOLVEMENT, AND COMMITMENT. 

MORE IMPORTANTLY COLLEGE LIFE INVOLVES A 
CONSTANT AND WHOLESOME EMPHASIS ON CUL- 
TURE AND VERSATILITY. AND IT IS IN LIVING WITH 
OTHERS THAT WE DEVELOP UNDERSTANDING, 
CONSIDERATION AND APPRECIATION OF OTHERS, 
WHICH ARE VITAL TO A CHALLENGING AND 
EVER-CHANGING WORLD. 



Student Council 




The weekly Student Council meeting affords 
the students of Salve time to express and 
discuss their ideas regarding student gov- 
ernment. 

THE TRUE VALUE OF OUR EDUCATION 
IS EXEMPLIFIED IN THE DILIGENCE AND 
DEDICATION OF OUR STUDENT LEADERS 
WHO LEND SPIRIT, UNITY, AND MEANING 
TO OUR COLLEGE LIFE. 



Karen McCarty, President, Donna Roberto, 
Secretary, Mary Dowd, Treasurer, and Adri- 
enne Guillmette, Vice-President lead the 
Council in mediation between the student 
body and administration. 



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Karen McCarty, President of the 
Student Council, pauses in the midst 
of her constantly busy schedule. 

This year the Council has moved 
progressively forward due to a new 
spirit and full realization that a 
Student Council is an active, not 
passive organization. 




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Class Officers 



Junior Class Officers: Terrie Hodgens, Secretary; 
Sandy Whelly, Vice-President; Sue Durham, 
Treasurer; Mary Spengler, President. 




Kathy Donnelly, Chairman of the Social Com- 
mittee, is busy about many things. 

Freshman Class Officers: Donna Ricci, Vice- 
President; Kathy Lannan, Secretary; Barbara 
LaVorgna, President; Pat White, Treasurer. 



Sophomore Class Officers : Maria Sciarrotta, Vice- 
President; Ann Dolan, President; Mary Ford, 
Secretary; Jane Mordhart, Treasurer. 



TO EFFECT UNITY AND PURPOSE AS A COL- 
LEGE EACH CLASS STRIVES TO CREATE THIS 
ATMOSPHERE THROUGH THE INTEGRITY AND 
DEVOTION OF ITS OFFICERS. 





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Rita Gallant, member of the social committee, finds 
her job very interesting. 



Sue Reardon, Vice-President; Barbara Sherry, Treasurer; Leslie Murtha, Presi- 
dent; and Joan Godin, Secretary find this a picturesque setting. 




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Ebb Tide 





The Ebb Tide staff proudly looks over 
their first issue of the year, discussing 
and criticising, always looking for im- 
provement. 

Billie, Dee, Ann, Ronnie, Diane Fitch, 
Diane Mazzari, Pat, and Kathy can tell 
you how to print a newspaper from 
start to finish. 



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"NO MAN IS AN ISLAND. . ." 
APTLY PORTRAYS THE SPIRIT 
WHICH EVOLVES FROM OUR 
COLLEGE NEWSPAPER. EBB 
TIDE IS OUR VOICE ECHOING 



TO THOSE AROUND US. 




Diane, Ronnie and Doctor Frank Greene, Ebb Tide advisor, 
check the bulletin boards for forthcoming activities on campus. 



Diane Fitch, editor-in-chief, plans innovations for the 1967 
Ebb Tide. 




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Meagan and Laurie plot and plan for the forth- 
coming Cygnet. The next step is to write, re- 
write, to produce in print. 



Cygnet 




These creative writers see the world 
from another angle — Jane, Meagan, 
Mary and Laurie. 




A good story is fascinating and stimu- 
lates the imagination. 



Betsy, Chris and Jane — three minds with 
different ideas. The stories should be 
good. 



SALVE AFFORDS OPPORTUNITY FOR 
SELF-EXPANSION IN FOSTERING CRE- 
ATIVITY AND IMAGINATION THROUGH 
THE NEWLY INITIATED FRESHMEN 
LITERARY MAGAZINE. LITERARY 
ACHIEVEMENT LENDS JOY, UNITY, 
AND EXPERIENCE TO THOSE WHO 
SHARE IN IT. 



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The Regina Maris staff is constantly at work, writing commentary, setting- 
up pictures, going after ads and typing. With everyone doing her job, time 
passes by and deadlines draw near. 



Regina Maris 



Connie, Joan, Nola and Marianne are planning where the next picture will 
be taken. The photography editors find that juggling with schedules is not 
as easy as it sounds. 



THE BEAUTY AND SPIRIT OF SALVE REGINA COL- 
LEGE IS REFLECTED IN THE PUBLICATION OF ITS 
YEARBOOK. EACH YEAR THE REGINA MARIS STAFF 



STRIVES TO PORTRAY THE EXPANSION EXPERI- 
ENCED BY THE COLLEGE AND ITS STUDENT BODY. 
IT IS IN THESE PAGES THAT WE RECALL THE MO- 
MENTS WHICH HAVE MADE OUR COLLEGE YEAR 
MEANINGFUL AND THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTED IN 
CREATING A TRULY CHERISHED MEMORY. 




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Nancy and Roz, co-editors of the 1967 Regina Maris, look over their pro- 
posed layout of the yearbook that has been approved by the publishers. 
Their work has just begun. 



Jane, Business Manager, listens to Gail and Sue discussing the latest income 
from ads and patrons before discussing the financial status of the yearbook. 
How much money do we still need? 




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This pensive mood is part of yearbook 
planning for Mrs. Mary Penl and 
Sister Mary Jean. 

Writing captions for pictures is an all 
important job! 



The typing staff is constantly at work. 




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Doctor Paul Conley delivers a 
brilliant lecture on the history 
of religions in the West. 




Fathers John Reilly and An- 
thony Rebeiro find talking with 
Doctor John Noonan a stimu- 
lating experience. 



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Ecumenism and 



The Ecumenical Workship held in October was a means 
of stimulating interest among Catholics and provided a 
framework whereby the work being done in the diocese 
could be explained. 





The dialogue with Barrington College finds this group 
under the direction of Sister Mary Thecla vitally interested. 



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Growth of 




Mr. Edward Goldberg and Mr. Warren Weston, directors of 
Newport Community Center, help Salve Regina students unpack 
gifts for deserving children. 



Mary Spengler, Linda Schuster, Kathy Ryan, Billie St. Angelo, 
Sue Schiffer and Sister Mary Eloise find joy in the sodality. 



A WOMAN'S INNER BEAUTY IS EXPRESSED IN HER CHRISTIAN 
SPIRIT WHICH PERMEATES HER DAILY LIVING. TODAY'S COM- 
PLEX SOCIETY PRESENTS VARIOUS PROBLEMS AND CONFLICTS 
TO EACH OF ITS MEMBERS. THE TRULY CHRISTIAN WOMAN IS 
EQUIPPED TO MEET THE CHALLENGE. 



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Christians 





Miss Marie Leandro always finds time to be 
helpful. 



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Miss Sue Ellis is ready for the next sodality 
meeting. 



Sister Mary Eloise, R.S.M. prepares Mirene 
Hazebrouck, Ann Lancellotti and Marion 
Mathison for the next meeting with Barring- 
ton College. 



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Janice, Cynthia and Maureen find "more things are wrought by 
prayer than this world dreams of." 






A host in the ciborium is a 
personal offering. 



This is a privilege for Patricia Watson and Christine 
Ponichtera. 




In Liturgy . . . 




Jeanne Shearer, Suzanne Bouchard and Jean Maigret find in the 
new liturgy a means of deeper understanding and more significant 
participation. 



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IN THE SPIRIT OF CHANGE AND RE- 
NEWAL SALVE REGINA COLLEGE RE- 
VITALIZED THE CENTER OF ITS SPIRITUAL 
LIFE IN THE COLLEGE CHAPEL. 







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"Ring up the curtain," says Miss David to Mr. 
Paul Venancio. 




Harry Bor and Maureen Daly add the finishing 
touches to set the stage for "The Mad Woman of 
Chaillot." 




Kathy, Ann, Donna and Doug are rehearsing for 
"The Bald Soprano." 




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Paul Venancio's defense of a rich man fails. The 
judge, Ann Fitch, pronounces him guilty. 




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Ann Fitch, as Countess Aurelia, plays the lead in "The Mad Woman of Chaillot. 



Kathy Donnelly and Janet Coyle relieve tensions 
backstage before their cue. 



Regina Players 




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Dee Sullivan intent on a throw. 



Mary Ellen sure hugs that ball. 



Jean Balboni in a tense moment 






Mary Ryan takes a chance. 



Patricia White is taken by surprise. 



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Out for a frolic in the snow go these three 
officers of W.R.A. Mary Ellen Woods, Mary 
Ryan and Dee Sullivan. 



W.R.A. 



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Cynthia, Sue, and Betty Ann are on their 
way to a movie and discussion of the Head- 
start program initiated on campus this year. 



Mr. - HMBmBB 



Mary, Joanne, Linda, and Mary Lee anxiously await 
their student teaching. 



S.N.E.A. 



Salve Regina's S.N.E.A., having been in existence only 
one year, has produced two State S.N.E.A. officers ; Billie, 
First Vice-President and Nancy, Treasurer. 





Sue Schiffer, MaryLou Capuano, Marilyn Worst and 
Sue Hathaway guide the destiny of the S.N.E.A. 



GUIDED BY A SOUND THEORY OF EDUCATION 
THE STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 
ACQUAINTS ITS MEMBERS WITH THE MORE PRAC- 
TICAL ASPECTS OF THE TEACHING WORLD. PANELS, 
SPEAKERS, FILMS, AND GROUP ACTIVITIES PRO- 
VIDE KNOWLEDGE WHICH FOSTERS ENTHUSIASM, 
A VITAL ELEMENT IN A TEACHING CAREER. 



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Nancy shows Sue notes she has compiled in previous years of Campus Critique 
that she uses now in her student teaching. 



Sister Mary Jean leads a discussion about the principles the girls should follow this 
semester in their work on literary criticism, 
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Campus Critique 



Mary and Roz have just found the an- 
swer to a question they have been dis- 
cussing in Campus Critique. 



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Sister Maria Edward, O.L.P., shares the information she has found with the rest of the 
girls as they learn to criticize literary works. 



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Beverly, Jean and Donna 
begin plans for the club's 
activities. 



SOCIOLOGY MAJORS 
FIND MANY OPPORTU- 
NITIES FOR COMMUNITY 
PARTICIPATION IN CLUB 
FUNCTIONS. MEMBERS 
LEARN MORE ABOUT 
THEIR FIELD THROUGH 
COMMITMENT TO 
OTHERS. 



Sociology Club 



Sue, Madeline and Beverly gladly use their 
time to bring happiness to these children. 



After their meeting Adrianne, Betsy and 
Mary Lou are ready to begin work. 






Cheryl Piatelli and Dolores Bryant have in tow these little ones who are overjoyed 
to be in the picture. 



Future social workers line up to be counted. 
The Newport Community Center finds their 
help very valuable. 



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The officers of I.R.C.: Connie Quirk, Vice-President; 
Mary Eleanor Reardon, Treasurer; Mary Crowley, 
President; and Duane Horan, Secretary. 



STUDENTS BECOME MORE AWARE OF WORLD 
PROBLEMS AND MORE ADEPT AT UNDERSTAND- 
ING AND EVALUATING THE WORLD SITUATION 
THROUGH THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB. 



Mary shares her information about the Model U.N. 
with Sister and the girls. 




Pat uses the map in McAuley Hall to explain her 
views to Sister Joseph Edward and Denise. 







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Student nurses relax between classes and discuss 
their experiences at the hospital in the regal 
setting of Ochre Court. 



S.N.O. 



Eleanor, Pat, Margaret, and Helen pose for our 
camera on their day on campus. 



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Biology club officers smile with approval at 
the total profit netted from the Christmas 
card sale. 



Gail, Janet, and Sister Mary Brenda re- 
view some new pamphlets. 



Sue and Charlotte set up the projector 
for a club film. 




Our camera caught these biology club 
members on route to a field trip spon- 
sored by the club first semester. 



Biology 
Club 



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Karen, Kathy, Nancy, and Andy pause in the midst of a busy day. 



Marlene and Jackie are on their way to one of their many home 
economics classes. 




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Nancy, Sister Mary Rosina, R.S.M., Mrs. Fletcher, Sister Mary 
Johannes, R.S.M., Karen and Andy enjoy their dinner at the 
LaForge. 



Home Economics 



Spanish Club 



Jane Harrington and Shelley Sullivan proudly show the pinata. 





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Cindy and her two companions are initiated into the 
ways of "espanol." 

Cindy, Marilyn, Cathy, and Rita stop for the photog- 
rapher after a Spanish Club meeting. 



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French Club 



French Club officers Carolyn 
Rosemary, Mirene, and Pat dis 
cuss future club events. 



Three enthusiastic sophomores 
view France happily and dream 
of junior year abroad. 




Paris Match is a source of entertainment and enjoyment for these in- 
terested French majors. 




Mary, Donna, Margo, Laura and Carol find practicing a joy 
in the Miley Lounge. 



Donna, Mary Ann and Laura, accompanied by Meagan, enjoy sing- 
ing any time. 



Folk Singers 
Society 




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A Number of Things 



EXPERIENCES WE SHARE AT SALVE ARE THE 
ESSENCE OF A VERY SPECIAL LIFETIME. CAMPUS 
LIFE IS INDEED A UNIQUE CREATION. ENHANCED 
BY THE REGAL AIR OF OCHRE COURT, STUDENTS 




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REVEL IN THE MIRTH OF A FORMAL DANCE OR A 
TRADITIONAL CEREMONY. IT IS THE TRADITION OF 
SALVE REGINA COLLEGE THAT IS KINDLED FONDLY 
IN THE HEARTS OF ITS STUDENTS AND LINGERS 
FOREVER IN THE MEMORY OF ITS GRADUATES. 

EARLY IN THE YEAR THE ADMINISTRATION AND 
FACULTY PAY TRIBUTE TO THOSE WHO HAVE 
ATTAINED ACADEMIC HONORS IN THE FORMAL 
CONVOCATION HELD ON THE TERRACE OF OCHRE 
COURT. CONVOCATION IS TRADITIONALLY THE 
FIRST OF A NUMBER OF CEREMONIES AND GATHER- 
INGS WHICH SYMBOLIZE THE SPIRIT OF THE COL- 
LEGE. EACH FALL THE SALVE REGINA GUILD HOSTS 
A TEA FOR FRESHMEN AND THEIR MOTHERS TO 
WELCOME THEM TO THE COLLEGE FAMILY. 
FATHER-DAUGHTER WEEKEND AFFORDS THE 
GIRLS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND AN ENJOYABLE 
WEEKEND WITH THEIR FAVORITE BEAUS. THE 
CHRISTMAS SEASON AT SALVE CULMINATES IN 
THE BEAUTY OF THE TRADITIONAL HOLLY DINNER 
AND CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY. STUDENTS FIND 
JOY IN INTRODUCING THEIR DATES TO THE 
SPLENDOR OF THE CAMPUS AT THEIR WEEKENDS. 
RECEPTION OF THE COLLEGE RING IS MORE MEAN- 
INGFUL BECAUSE OF THE DIGNIFIED RING CERE- 
MONY HELD TRADITIONALLY EACH YEAR. 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ARE A PERFECT 
CULMINATION TO A TRADITION MARKED WITH 
DIGNITY AND GRACE THAT HAS MADE LIFE AT 
SALVE REGINA A CHERISHED MEMORY. 





Cynthia Bates, Sue Dick and Chris Beaulac come bearing gifts to the Christmas 

party. 



Weekend chore ! Betsy Ellis packs her bag and away she goes. 




Exam in progress — this accounts for avid concentration. 



What's going on at the other end? It looks pleas- 
ant. 




Joanne Jannaros, Pat Bestoso, Pat Gallagher, 
Kathie Connerton and Dianne Tonnes enjoy the 
pause that refreshes. 



Mary Bohlen finds companionship on her way to 
Angelus for that four o'clock class. 




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We Experience Life 



Mercy Hall smoker is a popular place after gym for Karen Miesche, JoAnn 
O'Bymachow, Kathie Rourke and Dianne Danis. 





"THE THING THAT GOES THE FARTHEST 
TOWARDS MAKING LIFE WORTH WHILE, THAT 
COSTS THE LEAST AND DOES THE MOST, IS 
JUST A PLEASANT SMILE. . . ." 



It seems as if Helen Bassett will win this argu- 
ment with Sue Dunphy. 

Mary Frances Lau, Mary Lee Kozy, Terri Hod- 
gens and Janice Keating find this window seat 
a cozy place for a chat. 




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"Keep in step," says Mary Andri- 
acchi to her dorm friends Chris 
Jutkus, Donna Dziedzic and Lora 
Carberry. 



Cliff-bound Juniors, Kathie Burtt, 
Mary Crowley, Nancy Costello, 
Cindy Clairmont, Janna Zemans, 
Caroline Ruocco and Pat Latham. 



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Chris Scanlon, Donna Roberto, Mary Eleanor Reardon, Sharon Benbeneck, 
Mary Texiera bring joy to this pickaninny at the Christmas Party. 



Kathie Lannon lights the Advent Wreath in the 
presence of her classmates Michaella Kelly, Pam 
Sweeney, and Mary Frances Kelly. 



The Nativity scene is a logical consequence to the 
pictures above. Surely this is the climax of the season. 





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Jane Morhandt, Rita Gallant, Jane Glancy and 
Patricia Baselice enjoy the perspective from 
Ochre Court balcony. 



Mrs. Hattub has a few directions to give to 
Anne Marie Lazzari while Frances Kozma and 
Mary Jane Sommer listen in. 



Pat McCarten and Mary Frances Lau do some 
research in the stacks. 



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The new construction is the setting for these 
Sophs from Miley Hall, Linda Kelly Mary 
Hetherington, Irene Quinn, Diane Guillet 



The mail room is popular at almost every 
hour of the day. 




Mary Kolkmeyer expects an answer to this 
important letter. 




Living 
Together 



Duane Horan, Mary Texiera and Pat Sullivan 
check some material in the placement office. 



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Terry, Ann, Cecelia, and Barbara share each other's study problems 
now and again. 





Miss Juliette Luestro, Assistant librarian, demonstrates the 
workings of the Recordak machine to Jean McMahon. 



Registration for second semester has its crowded moments. 



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Mrs. Smith, house mother at St. Joseph's Hall, takes 
good care of these two freshman, Kathie Lannon and 
Kathie Litwin. 




"Toe the mark if you ride with me," says Gera to 
her dorm friends Jeraldine, Virginia, Anna, and Mary. 



Barbara Healy finds the mirror in Miley very useful. 





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Sister Mary Antonine, R.S.M. and Theresa 
Marzilli guide the destiny of Sigma Phi 
Sigma. 




Sigma 

Phi 
Sigma 



Theresa Marzilli, Beatrice Abraham and Anne Lancellotti are 
executive officers in this honorary society. 



Mary Crowley enjoys being an usher as well as Chris and Pat 
enjoy being ushered. 




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Kathy Ryan gets that library book back on time as the librarian signs it in. 





Charlotte relies on book knowledge for 
figuring out that formula. 




Eileen and Billie find the card catalogue 
an essential part of good study habits. 




Cecile checks with the microscope for a 
more accurate description. 



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Sigma Phi Siinna 



\utioiml Mercy Honor Society 



Sigma Phi Sigma has its own handbook. 



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Now that Pat De Lisle has returned from her year in France, she looks to 
the Orient for further adventure. 



Bea, Pat, Helen, and Jane find notebook information invaluable. 



Mary, Terry, Billie, and Kathy have a new project at hand. 




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Jane Hale coaches and directs the basketball team with great skill. 



Madame Georgette Ramos of the French Department has 
her own charming smile to greet us with. 





Sister Mary Donald's Shakespeare class spares a few moments from the 
Bard for the photographer. 



Sister Mary Corona, R.S.M., finds her office 
a cozy place to work. 



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Joanne Curcio 
January 1, 1967. 



THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD, NOTHING SHALL I WANT; 

HE LEADS ME BY SAFE PATHS, NOTHING SHALL I FEAR 

FRESH AND GREEN ARE THE PASTURES 

WHERE HE GIVES ME REPOSE. 

NEAR RESTFUL WATERS HE LEADS ME 

TO REVIVE MY DROOPING SPIRIT 

IF I SHOULD WALK IN THE VALLEY OF DARKNESS 

NO EVIL SHALL I FEAR 

IN THE LORD'S OWN HOUSE SHALL I DWELL 

FOREVER AND EVER. 



Sister Mary Clarice, R.S.M. 
January 27, 1967 




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Sister Mary Christopher, R.S.M., president 
of New Visions, enjoys her morning mail 
with Miss Judy Bfissette. 



Margaret Gomes, an alumna, brings happiness to 
some little child aboard the S.S. Arcadia during 
Christmas. 





Eileen Venezia and her assistant find the backdrop most 
effective. 



Head start 




Sister Mary Mercedes, R.S.M., vitalizes the faith 
in the Legion of Mary for Kathy Connolly, 
Nancy Costello and Jean Shearer. The Legion 
does much good in many areas both on campus 
and within the community. 



C.C.D. 




Another aspect of the Legion of Mary 
interests Sister Mary Mercedes, R.S.M., 
and her conferes. 




The C.C.D. is another endeavor of great 
interest to these students. 



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Ground Breaking 




Sister Mary Emily, President of Salve Regina College, opens the groundbreaking 
ceremonies. 

Father Reilly addresses the faculty, students, and friends attending the ground- 
breaking of the new academic building. 



Monsignor Boland blesses the ground on which the new addition to Salve's 
campus will be considered. 




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Freshmen Tea 



Freshmen entertain their mothers and friends at the annual tea sponsored by 
the Salve Guild. This is a time for the mothers to become acquainted with 
Salve and learn of their daughters' new experiences. 




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"We could've danced all night" is more truth than 
fiction when it comes to father- daughter partners. 



Joan Mullare and her father catch the camera's eye. 




Father- 
Daughter 
Weekend 




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Peggy Fontes playing the perfect 
hostess to her father. 




Music to dine by has charms for 
Joan and Gerry together with their 
fathers. 



Ann Murphy and Mary Ellen Avery 
find a jolly companion in Mr. 
Murphy. 



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Sister Mary Rosalia, R.S.M., Moderator 
of the Father's Council, is ready with 
greetings for all its members. 



Father and daughter Dolan salute the camera in between courses. 



Fathers' Council 





Outgoing President Earl Mullare with daughter Joan and newly-elected President 
Doctor Thomas White and daughters Judy and Pat with Doctor Kenneth Brasted. 



AS WE REFLECT ON THE ACHIEVE- 
MENT OF OUR COLLEGE YEARS WE 
FIND THAT MANY HAVE CONTRIBUTED 
TO OUR GROWTH. THE FATHER'S 
COUNCIL HAS GIVEN SELFLESSLY TO 
AID OUR ENDEAVORS. IT IS THROUGH 
THEIR EFFORT THAT WE FIND THE 
ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT TO 
MEET THE CHALLENGE. 



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Jackie and Sue forget the tensions of classes and papers at the M.K. Sharon and her date exhibit the latest Arthur Murray dance 

with their dates. step. 




Fall Weekend 



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Jean and Maureen experience the excitement surrounding their 
first Fall Weekend. 




Merriment for Terry adds to the zest of the dance. 



Kathy and Joe admire the beautiful decor of the Coachman 
where the dinner-dance of Salve's Fall Weekend was held. 




After groundbreaking exercises in the fall, the foundation of the new 
academic building is laid and the work begins. Everyone watches 
anxiously as one by one the walls go up. 



Academic Building 



SALVE REGINA REFLECTS THE SPIRIT OF GROWTH AND CHANGE 
IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HER EXPANSION PROGRAM. THE COL- 
LEGE REACHED ANOTHER MILESTONE IN HER HISTORY WITH 
DIGNITY AND GRACE IN THE GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONIES 
FOR THE NEW SCIENCE CENTER BEING ERECTED ON CAMPUS. 



Dr. DiPippo, anxious to see our dream become a reality, lifts one of the 
first shovels full of earth. 




November Nocturne 




The Sophomores enjoy their class dance, the November Nocturne, held in the beautiful 
Great Hall of Ochre Court. 



Sitting in the plushness of Ochre, the girls and their dates relax and watch the others 
dancing to the music of Tony Abbott. The November Nocturne is the traditional formal 
dance of every Sophomore Class. 




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EACH SALVE REGINA STUDENT FINDS THE 
TRUE SPIRIT AND PEACE OF CHRISTMAS 
THROUGH SHARING IT WITH OTHERS. BEING 
A PART OF THE ANNUAL SODALITY CHRISTMAS 
PARTY FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN 
LENDS EACH GIRL THE SUPREME JOY OF GIV- 
ING AND SELFLESSNESS. IT IS IN THE FACES 
OF THESE CHILDREN THAT WE FIND THE 
WARM, PENETRATING LOVE THAT PERMEATES 
THE BABE OF BETHLEHEM. 





Eileen McCarthy clasps a name tag on an eager 
"guest" who awaits Santa. 



Refreshments are in order for this little girl sponsored by the girls in Sodality. 



Sodality Christmas Party 



Santa, impersonated by Betsy Ellis, holds a conference with one of the girls 
during a skit presented by the Freshmen at the Christmas party held at Mercy 
Hall on December 12th. 




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The flute, the violin and the piano give added 
resonance and joy to the Christmas selections. 



Christmas 
Concert 



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world of music. 




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We must decorate and have everything in readiness 
before 3 P.M. 



French 

and 

Spanish 



Cynthia DeMello and Kathy Weaver are always on 
hand to help especially in what concerns the Spanish 
Club. 





Mirene Hazebrouck, Sister Mary Nolasco and Madame Ramos entertain 
the speaker at the Christmas festivities in the State Dining Room. 



Joseph Donon spoke to the French Club and left his own book as a 
remembrance of his visit with us. 




Christmas Gaiety 



Jane Harrington is busy caring for the Spanish child- 
ren who attended the party at Queen Hall. 



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The annual Holly Dinner is enjoyed by all the girls as each class dines 
together. 



Christmas 

STUDENTS ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF THE CHRIST- 
MAS SEASON AT THE HOLLY DINNER AND CANDLE- 
LIGHT CEREMONY. EACH CLASS DELIGHTS IN 
SHARING THE FESTIVE HOLIDAY DINNER AND 
FINDS INSPIRATION IN THE DIGNIFIED CANDLE- 
LIGHT CEREMONY WHICH JOINS THE STUDENT 
BODY IN REJOICING, "CHRIST, THE SAVIOR IS 
BORN". 

The Candlelight Ceremony is one of the most beau- 
tiful traditions of the college. 



Karen McCarty, Student Body President, reads the Christmas Gospel. 





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Constance Quirk in pensive mood ponders her 
trip to D.C. 



Pell Internship 



Have you any questions about cur- 
rent events? Duane Horan is ready 
with the answer. 




At last on Capital Hill, our three interns meet with Senator Pell. 



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"Stand still, Marcia, while I measure you!" exclaims Pat Dupuy 



Elizabeth, Barbara, Nancy, Jane, and Joyce are fascinated by these 
fashion magazines. 




Elaine Cross and Mary Ann Adams are justly proud of their 
handiwork. 



Mi' Lady 



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We must go down to the sea again 
to sail the bounding main. 



The officers of the sailing club 
wonder "if winter comes can spring 
be far behind." 




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THE DIGNITY OF ACADEMIC DRESS ... A TREASURED MOMENT 
SHARED WITH CLASSMATES ... A CHERISHED TRADITION 
CRADLED IN THE HEARTS OF JUNIORS . . . THE WORDS WE'LL 
ALWAYS REMEMBER ... "A STAR SHINES OUT OF THE DEPTHS 
OF IT .' . . CALLING US ALL TO FOLLOW IT . . . LIFTING US UP TO 
THE HEIGHT OF IT ... A STAR, THE SYMBOL OF HOPE" . . . THE 
CLOCK TOLLS MOMENTS OF DELIGHT ... TO EACH HIS TIME 
TO DANCE. 



Ring Weekend 




Ellen receives a rose from a Freshman sister. 




Janet and Sue take the traditional walk through the Junior 
ring, finally gaining the status of upperclassmen. 



The girls anxiously await the start of their Junior Ring Ceremony, 
a tradition upheld at Salve since the college began. 





Connie Quirk, Carolyn Schaffer and Kathie Smith 
exchange notes as they enjoy art exhibition in the 
State Dining Room. 



Sister M. Mercedes, R.S.M. explains design to a group 
of visitors who chanced to visit Ochre Court. 




IN ACCEPTING TODAY'S CHALLENGE AS MEM- 
BERS OF A PROGRESSIVE COLLEGE, WE MUST 
EVER BE READY TO DELIGHT IN THE CULTURE 
PROVIDED BY OUR REGAL SURROUNDINGS. AMID 
THE ACTIVITY OF OUR VARIED SCHEDULES, WE 
FIND ENRICHMENT IN THE CREATIVITY OF OUR 
CLASSMATES— AN EMBELLISHMENT TO THE EN- 
DEAVORS IN BECOMING CULTURED WOMEN. 



Another corner of the exhibit catches the 
eyes of the same students mentioned 
above, this time as Susan Dick points 
out an art object. 



Sister M. Mercedes is proud of her art 
exhibit. 






Marie Harris entertains with one of her own compositions. 
Congratulations, Marie. 



Catherine, Jean, Adele, Pat and Carol in "Hello Sophomores. 



Talent Show 



IN THE SPIRIT OF SALVE REGINA COLLEGE, WE RECOG- 
NIZED A NEED ON CAMPUS AND JOINED EFFORTS IN FULFILL- 
ING IT. FROM OUR ENDEAVORS WE NOT ONLY TRIUMPHED 
AS A COLLEGE BUT AS INDIVIDUALS. IN RECOGNITION EACH 
OF US FOUND COMMITMENT, IN COMMITMENT EACH OF US 
FOUND INVOLVEMENT, IN INVOLVEMENT EACH OF US FOUND 
SPIRIT, ZEAL, AND LOVE. 



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Donna Place, announcer, has her finger on the pulse of the Fresh- 
man performance. 



A change of tune — "Hooray for Freshmen" sing Connie 
McBrier, Sue Keally, and Sue Carter. 



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The star motif and the big bass viol lend atmosphere to the cotillion of 
the year. 



Reception line, a means of knowing Who's Who. 




Ochre Court lends itself to yet another Freshman Cotillion. Yet each has 
its own distinctive gaiety. 



Freshman Cotillion 



A white rose for Mary Jane Fludder is a good omen 
for the evening. 



IN THE SPRING OF THE YEAR, AS FRESHMEN WE 
DELIGHT IN A REBIRTH OF SPIRIT, EXCITEMENT, 
AND PLEASURE. PREPARATIONS FOR THE COURT 
COTILLION LEND UNITY AS A CLASS AND DEVELOP- 
MENT OF INDIVIDUAL LEADERSHIP. AGAIN, FROM 
JOY EMERGES EXPERIENCE AND SELF-EXPANSION. 




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Mr. Austin Hentershee, tenor and the chorus 
interpret the signal from Mrs. Marion Van 
Sylke. 




The Queen's Choristers give evidence of finding a pleasure and a joy in music. 



Spring Concert 




OUR ATMOSPHERE SOOTHES OUR SPIRIT 
AND AFFORDS RENEWAL AND HOPE. A YEN 
FOR PERSEVERANCE AND ACCOMPLISH- 
MENT AWAKENS AND WE CONTINUE WITH 
NEW VIGOR, LIFE, AND FAITH. 



Iona College Glee Club and the Queen's 
Choristers join Miss Hallis in singing 
Haydn's" Creation." 



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We give thanks to the leading women of the Salve Regina Guild for all the help 
and consideration given to the students at Salve. We could only repay their 
kindness by proving that we are worthy of all they have done. 



Mrs. George T. Cullen, President of the Salve Regina Guild, takes part in the 
groundbreaking of the new science building. 



Kathy and Sue entertain their mothers at the Freshman Tea, sponsored annually 
by the Salve Regina Guild. 




MOMENTS OF ANOTHER YEAR FLICKER INTO THE PAST. AS WE SENSE 
ACCOMPLISHMENT WE REFLECT ON THOSE WHO HAVE AIDED IN MEETING 
THE CHALLENGE. OUR HARVEST IS NOT REAPED ALONE BUT IS ENHANCED 
BY ATMOSPHERE, TRADITION, AND A WILLING HAND. 



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Some of the Seniors at St. Joseph's Hall pose on their most 
trodden path. 



The girls at Ochre Lodge show pride in displaying the newest 
dorm on campus. 




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MEMORIES OF SALVE ARE NOW A PROLOGUE TO THE FUTURE. 
NURTURED DEEPLY WITHIN ARE THOSE OF LIVING TOGETHER; 
REVELING IN MIRTH; ENCOURAGING IN WOE; GIVING WILL- 
INGLY AND HAPPILY ALWAYS. 



The Seniors at Founder's Hall enjoy the homey atmosphere of 
their dorm. 




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SENIORS 





A SINGLE GRAIN IN THE SANDS OF TIME— THIS 
GRAIN CALLED THE GRADUATE, THE QUINTES- 
SENCE OF YEARS OF ENDEAVOR; A GRAIN WHOSE 
PASSING BRINGS AN END AND A BEGINNING. THE 
GRADUATE SEEKS TO ENJOY AND RELISH EVERY 
FLEETING MOMENT IN THE FINAL TERMINUS OF 
HER AFFAIRS. IN THE MIDST OF ACTIVITY SHE 
PAUSES TO REFLECT ON THE PAST AND THE 
FUTURE. . . . 

LIFE IN SALVE REGINA IS A UNIQUE CREATION. 
NOT THE PRODUCT OF A SINGLE IDEA, IT IS THE 
SURGE OF MANY MINDS AND HEARTS. IT GROWS. 
IT IS THE DISCOVERY OF BEAUTY IN EACH NEW 
SEASON ON CAMPUS; IT IS THE JOY OF LIVING 
WITH YOUTH WONDERING. IT IS THE GLOW OF 
FINDING A FRIEND, OF FALLING IN LOVE. IT IS THE 
OUTPOURING OF THE EXPERIENCE TO OTHERS 
LESS FORTUNATE. 

IT IS ALL OF THESE PICTURES, THESE VOICES, 
THESE PEOPLE, ALL BOUND UP IN THE PRINCIPAL 
REASON FOR SALVE'S EXISTENCE— LEARNING. 
LEARNING FROM CLASSES, SEMINARS, LECTURES 
AND BOOKS PRESUPPOSES FREEDOM TO THINK 
MANY THOUGHTS, TO UNDERSTAND IN PART, TO 
SEARCH FURTHER. MUTUAL SEARCH SPARKS 
SCHOLASTIC ENTHUSIASM AND COURAGE TO MOVE 
TOWARDS THE YET UNKNOWN. SELF IS GIVEN TO 
THE SEARCH, EXPANSION COMES, AND STABILITY 
IS BORN. 





4. * 



C-4 .^ 










Worthy 
of Note 



"And Gladly Teach" — Kathleen Kehoe, 
Nancy Huling, Barbara Sherry, Rosalyn 
Martone. 



Tender Loving Care — Eleanor Clingham 



News on Campus — Anne Lancellotti 




122 




123 




A.B. 



Susan Jane Aleixo 

TAUNTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 



Mary Ellen Avery 

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



B.S. 



Nursing 





Susan Elaine Allely 

ELLINGTON, CONNECTICUT 



A.B. 



Biology, Chemistry 



124 




A.B. 



Marianne Bizzinski Batis 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




A.B. 



Pamela Ann Barry 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Chemistry, Education 



A.B. 



Mary Ann Bell 

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 




125 




A.B. 



Michol Bestoso 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




A.B. 



Gail Ellen Bochenek 

PATERSON, NEW JERSEY 

Biology, Chemistry 



A.B. 



Mary Campbell Brown 

BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 




126 




A.B. 



Mary Louise Capuano 

NORTH PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Susan Joan Carroll 

WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 




Gail Lynn Catabia 

SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 




127 





Marianne Catherine Cavanaugh 

RIVERSIDE, RHODE ISLAND 

A.B. History, Education 



Jean Marie Clampet 

STONY BROOK, NEW YORK 



B.S. 



Nursing 



Janice Catherine Chenail 

NORTH ADAMS, MASSACHUSETTS 

A.B. English, Art 







128 




Margaret Mary Clark 

FRAMINGHAM CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS 
A.B. Home Economics, Education 



A.B. 



Ann Marie Corriera 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 





Eleanor Ann Clingham 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



129 




A.B. 



Mary Madeline Crawford 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 



Jacqueline Suzanne Cunningham 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

A.B. Foods and Nutrition 




Phyllis Ann Currier 

NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 




130 








A.B. 



/ 



Rosemary Jean Dahlke 

MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT 

Social Science, 'Education 



A.B. 



Nancy M. Davis 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

French, Education 



A.B. 



Patricia Ann DeLisle 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Education 




131 




A.B. 



B.S. 



Joyce Theresa DeLuca 

BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



Kegtna Dolan 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 





A.B. 



Andrea Helen DiGiammo 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 



132 




A.B. 




A.B. 



A.B. 



Elizabeth Ann Donohue 

PAXTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Mathematics, Education 



Kathleen Michele Donnelly 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 



Sociology, Psychology 



Ann Marie Donovan 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 




133 




Roberta Eileen Doolan 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 




B.S. 



Nursing B.S. 



Patricia Elaine Duch 

STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT 

Medical Technology 



A.B. 



Constance J. Duffy 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

Sociology, Psychology 




134 




A.B. 



Susan Kathleen Dumais 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 



A.B. 



Susan Margaret Ellis 

MADISON, CONNECTICUT 



Sociology, Psychology A.B. 



Laura Anne Fanning 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 





135 





B.S. 



A.B. 



Judith Ann Ferrarini 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



Patricia V. Feeley 

ASHAWAY, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 



Ann Fitch 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 




136 



uwiaatBawMHMH 




A.B. 



B.S. 



Elizabeth Louise Flannery 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

English, Education 



Mary Ellen Fleming 

HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 



Nursing 





Jane Marie Fleming 

DOUGLASTON, NEW YORK 



B.S. 



Nursing 



137 






A.B. 



Angela Mary Foley 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 



A.B. 



Janet Elaine Foley 

RANDOLPH, MASSACHUSETTS 

History, Education A.B. 



Elizabeth Ann Fontanella 

MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT 



Sociology, Psychology 





138 




Carol Ann Fulton 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 




A.B. 



English, Art A.B. 



Geraldine Ann Gearon 

WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



Ann Mary Gibbons 

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

A.B. English, Education 




139 



A.B. 





Joan Marie God'tn 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



Marcia Goulding 

NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 

A.B. French, Education 





A.B. 



Ann Frances Goodwin 

EDGEWOOD, RHODE ISLAND 

Sociology, Education 



140 





A.B. 



Joan Ann Green 

COVENTRY, RHODE ISLAND 



History, Psychology 



A.B. 



Adrienne I. Guilmette 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Carol Ann Griffin 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Studies, Education 




141 




Jane Turner Harrington 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 




1 





A3. 



Spanish, Education A.B. 



Mirene Paule Hazebrouck 

WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

French. Spanish 



A.B. 



Madeleine Evelyn Hebert 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

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:-: 




A.B. 



]oan P. He : 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

English. Educ^:: : ; 



A.B. 



]ean Ann Holland 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science. Education 




Ellen Margaret Horrocks 

MATTAPOISETT. ! .-. ':.-. ZHtJSETVS 
A '- En?.::-: Hs.u;;: 




143 




A.B. 



Nancy Estelle Huling 

EAST GREENWICH, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




B.S. 



B.S. 



Kathleen Mary Hughes 

NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Nursing 



Diana R. Jackson 

WARREN, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 




144 



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- 







A.B. 



A.B. 



Kathleen Elizabeth Kehoe 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 



Kathleen Patricia Kenney 

MEDWAY, MASSACHUSETTS 

Home Economics, Education 





A.B. 



Veronica Marie Kelly 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



145 




jane Francine Kiernan 

MOUNTAIN LAKES, NEW JERSEY 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Jeanne M. Kirby 

SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS 



Sociology, Psychology A.B. 




Anne Mary Lancellotti 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



Sociology, Psychology 




146 



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Adrian Teresa Lapp 

CEDARHURST, NEW YORK 




A.B. 



Sociology, History A.B. 



Cecile A. Levesque 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Biology, Chemistry 



B.S. 



Jennijer Ann Linendoll 

BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT 



Nursing 




147 




A.B. 



Lorraine M. Lonardo 

EDGEWOOD, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 



A.B. 



Paula Anne Lynch 

WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 





Joyce P. Luongo 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



A.B. 



Sociology, Psychology 



148 



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S^raA /4«« Manning 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



A.B. 



Sociology, Psychology 



Carole Ann Man a 

COHOES, NEW YORK 



A.B. 



Sociology, History 



A.B. 



Dorothy Ann Marcello 

BARRINGTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 




149 




A.B. 



Margaret Rose Marra 

COHOES, NEW YORK 

Foods and Nutrition 




A.B. 



Mary Ann Martin 

PORTSMOUTH, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B # 



Sharon Anne Martin 

TEANECK, NEW JERSEY 

Sociology, Spanish 




150 




A.B. 



Rosalyn Anne Martone 

BARRINGTON, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Theresa Ann Marzilli 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Chemistry, Mathematics 



Denis e Marie Mathieu 

NORWICH, CONNECTICUT 



B.S. 



Nursing 





151 





A.B. 



Sally Anne Mathison 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, Education 



A.B. 



M. Sheila McAleer 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

Home Economics, Education 



A.B. 



Joanne Pauline Manias 

WEST WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, Education 




152 



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\ 



A.B. 



A.B. 



Elizabeth Mary McCabe 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



Karen Anne McCarty 

RIVERSIDE, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 




A.B. 




Mary Lou McCarthy 

ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Sociology, Psychology 



153 




A.B. 



Cathleen McCaughery 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



A.B. 



Hope Mary McDonald 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Home Economics, Education 




A.B. 



Kathleen Ann McEvoy 

BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS 

History, Education 




154 



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A.B. 



Mary Jo McMahon 

WESTBURY, NEW YORK 

Social Science. Education 




Patricia Anne Mooney 

ELMHURST, NEW YORK 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Joan Marie Mullare 

BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 




155 




A.B. 



B.S. 



Allegra Eleanor Munson 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



Ann Marie Murphy 

WANTAGH, NEW YORK 



Nursing 





Joan Margaret Muros 

NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 



156 






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A.B. 



A.B. 



A.B. 



Kathleen Mary Murray 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Chemistry, Mathematics 




Dorothy Louise Murphy 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 



Leslie Alice Murtha 

AVON, CONNECTICUT 

Spanish, Education 




157 





A.B. 



Margaret M. Nealon 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Biology, Chemistry 



B.S. 



Margaret Mary Nerone 

RIVERSIDE, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Suzanne Elizabeth Neville 

SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

English, Education 




158 






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■■■■■■■■i 




Mary Frances Xavier O'Brien 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

A.B. English, Education 



A.B. 



Nancy Elizabeth O'Donnell 

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, Education 




A.B. 



Marlene Ann Ogrodnik 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Foods and Nutrition 




159 





B.S. 



]anice Jeffrey Orford 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 




A.B. 



A. Claire Ouellette 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Sharon Patricia O 'Toole 

WETHERSFIE.LD, CONNECTICUT 

Foods and Nutrition 




160 




A.B. 



A.B. 



]udith Mary Pailthorpe 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



Paula Elizabeth Pandolje 

WETHERSFIELD, CONNECTICUT 



History, Education 





Geraldine Marie Palumbo 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



A.B. 



Sociology, Psychology 



161 




A.B. 



Beverly Ann Pettine 

SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Valerie Celest Pikor 

WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 

Biology, Education 



Constance Ann Quirk 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



A.B. 



History, French 





162 





A.B. 



Suzanne Elizabeth Reardon 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 



A.B. 



Carrolle Mary Kinaldi 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Education 



Mary A. Roche 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 




163 




B.S. 



A.B. 



Patricia R. Rossi 

WARREN, RHODE ISLAND 

Medical Technology 



Kathleen Elizabeth Ryan 

MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT 

Sociology, Mathematics-Psychology 





A.B. 



Cheryl Anne Russo 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



164 






Martha Elizabeth Ryan 

HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Myrna E. Santiago 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Mary L. Ryan 

CRANFORD, NEW JERSEY 

English, Education 





165 





A.B. 



Susan Dorothea Santos 

MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY 

History, Education 



A.B. 



Margaret Susan Scahill 

MEDWAY, MASSACHUSETTS 

History, Education 



B.S. 



Sandra A. S colly 

NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT 



Nursing 




166 




A.B. 



Catherine Maria Sciarrotta 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Camille Servant 

BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Susan Leslie Shea 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 





167 





A.B. 



Barbara Jeanne Sherry 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



Mary-Lee Smith 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Geraldine Marilyn Simons 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

Social Science, Education 




168 




<c 



A.B. 



Charlotte Ann Sousa 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 



Biology, Chemistry 



A.B. 



Sandra Beck Steel 

HYANNIS, MASSACHUSETTS 

Home Economics, Education 





A.B. 



Lorraine Elizabeth Spero 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Biology, Chemistry 



169 




A.B. 



Barbara jean Sullivan 

BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Home Economics, Education 



A.B. 



Michele Sullivan 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 




A.B. 



Mary Page Sutton 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 




170 




Lenore Alma Swenson 

NARRAGANSETT, RHODE ISLAND 

B.S. Nursing 




A.B. 



Carolyn Sylvia 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



A.B. 



Beverly Ann Tavares 

PORTSMOUTH, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 




171 




Helen McGrane Trainor 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Jo-Ann Welsh 

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Science, Education 





A.B. 



Beverly Ellen Ursillo 

JOHNSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Sociology, Psychology 



72 





Carolyn Louise Wood 

WESTPORT. MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



A.B. 



Judith Lynne White 

BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 



Eleanor Alice Woods 

SUFFIELD, CONNECTICUT 

English, Education 




173 





A.B. 



Marilyn ]ean Worst 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 

History, Education 



A.B. 



Ann-Terese Wright 

WARREN, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Barbara Ouimet Zimmerman 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 




J 



174 





f .!<"'""' 




The solemn words of commencement remind us that 
this is not an end, but a beginning. 



AND TIME TOCKS OF MEANINGFUL MOMENTS . . . 
OF HEADS BOWED IN PRAYER, OF VOICES IN SONG, 
OF MEN WHO HAVE GUIDED US THROUGH DE- 
CISIVE SITUATIONS. AND IT TOLLS OF ENTHUSIASM 
. . . HARNESSED IN SOLEMNITY AND JOY ... OF 
RAUCOUS CLUB MEETINGS . . . AND THE EXCITE- 
MENT OF CLASS ELECTIONS. 

WE LINGER UPON THESE HOURS SHARED MAP- 
PING OUT IDEAS, NEW PROGRAMS . . . STRIVING 
TOWARD COMMON GOALS WITH THE IMPORTANT 
PEOPLE, OUR FRIENDS. TIME HOLDS US FAST AND 
LET US PLAY IN THOSE GOLDEN DAYS OF WHICH 
THE EVERLASTING CLOCKS NOW CHIME REMEM- 
BER. IN COMMENCEMENT, OUR END IS OUR 
BEGINNING. 




176 




177 





178 



SENIORS, CONSUMMATE IN ACHIEVEMENT AND 
ABILITY, ONCE BINDING IN THE TORRENT OF 
ACTIVITY, NOW TALL IN THE SUNSHINE OF FUL- 
FILLMENT. . . . BEHIND LIES A RECORD OF AC- 
COMPLISHMENT AND REWARDS WON. AHEAD, A 
TIME OF RESPONSIBILITY. THESE SHARED HOURS 
HAVE BEEN THE ESSENCE OF A VERY SPECIAL 
LIFETIME, BUT THAT PHASE HAS ENDED AND EACH 
MUST STAND ALONE. NOW IN MY OWN IMAGE I 
FACE THE FUTURE READY TO ACT. 




We are time's subject and time bids be gone. 

II Henry IV, Act III 

We must be taught and train'd and bid go forth. 



Julius Caesar, Act IV 



We feel now the future in the instant. 



Macbeth, Act I 



179 



College Directory 



CLASS OF 1967 



SUSAN J. ALEixo, February 27 

1 1 Benefit Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3; International Relations Club 

2,3,4; Dean's List 3; S.N.EA. 3,4. 
Susan e. allely, October 27 

41 Charter Road, Ellington, Conn. 

Biology Club 2,3,4; Regina Maris Typing Staff 4. 

MARY ELLEN avery, January 12 

5 Cummings Avenue, Concord, N. H. 

Area Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. 

Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 
Pamela a. barry, November 23 

Shields Street, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4 (President 4) ; 

Women's Recreation Association 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 

(Captain 3,4) ; Ebb Tide Staff 2,3,4 (News Editor 3,4) ; 

Student Council 4; S.N.EA. 3,4. 
Marianne bizzinski batts, December 3 

68 Wollaston Street, Cranston, R. I. 

Art Club 1; Queen's Choristers 1; Ebb Tide Staff 1,2; 

Campus Critique 2,3,4; S.N.EA. 3,4 (Organizing Commit- 
tee 3) ; N.C.T.E. 3,4. 

MARY A. BELL, May 16 

20 Whitman Road, Waltham, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 2,3; C.C.D. 2; S.N.EA. 

3,4 ; Regina Maris Typing Staff 4. 

michol bestoso, March 10 
66 Bliss Road, Newport, R. I. 
Ebb Tide Staff 2,3; S.N.EA. 3. 

GAIL E. BOCHENEK, July 14 

78 Vreeland Avenue, Paterson, N. J. 

Art Club 1; Biology Club 2,3,4 (Treasurer 2, Secretary 3) ; 

Regina Maris Staff 4. 

mary c. brown, December 25 
180 Claflin Street, Belmont, Mass. 

Art Club 1 ; Sociology Club 3 ; House Council 4 (Secretary) ; 
Regina Maris Typing Staff 4. 
mary l. capuano, January 10 

82 Voltumo Street, North Providence, R. I. 
Area Club 3,4 ; Art Club 1 ; Campus Critique 2 ; House 
Council 4 (Treasurer) ; S.N.EA. 3,4 (Recording Secretary 
4). 
susan j. carroll, March 11 

430 Prospect Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 
Queen's Choristers 1 ; Sociology Club 3. 

GAIL L. CATABIA, May 11 

724 Bark Street, Swansea, Mass. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

MARIANNE C. CAVANAUGH, July 14 

62 Garden Drive, Riverside, R. I. 

International Relations Club 1,2; Regina Maris Staff 4; 
Basketball Team 1. 
janice c. chenail, October 5 

137 Pleasant Street, North Adams, Mass. 
Art Club 1,2,3,4 (President 3,4); Regina Players 1,2,3,4; 
Ebb Tide Staff 1,2; Campus Critique 1,2,3; Regina Maris 
Staff 4 (Editor) . 



JEAN M. clampet, August 27 

22 Beaverdale Lane, Stony Brook, N. Y. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

MARGARET M. CLARK, August 15 

623 Union Avenue, Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Area Club 1; Regina Players 3,4; Home Economics Club 

1,2,3,4; S.N.EA. 3,4. 

Eleanor A. clingham, October 14 
43 Elton Street, Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 3,4; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4 (Pres- 
ident 4) ; R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

ANN M. corriera, January 17 

54 Berkeley Court, Middletown, R. I. 

Area Club 3,4; Art Club 3; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 

Women's Recreation Association 2 ; S.N.EA. 3,4. 

MARY M. CRAWFORD, August 10 

175 Columbia Avenue, Cranston, R. I. 
House Council 3. 
Jacqueline s. Cunningham, February 1 
46 Terrell Road, Waterbury, Conn. 

Area Club 1 ; Regina Players 3,4; Home Economics Club 
1,2,3,4. 

PHYLLIS A. CURRIER, June 19 

84 Alden Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1. 
ROSEMARY J. dahlke, January 28 

118 Dry den Drive, Meriden, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2,3; Sociology Club 3,4; S.N.EA. 3,4. 
PATRICIA a. de lisle, July 20 

79 Welfare Avenue, Warwick, R. I. 

Queen's Choristers 1,2; Regina Players 2; Alliance Fran- 

caise 2,4 (Treasurer 2, President 4) ; Campus Critique 2 ; 

Dean's List 1 ; House Council 1 (President) ; Sigma Phi 

Sigma 2,3,4; Ebb Tide Staff, 2 (Associate Editor). 

JOYCE T. de luca, May 17 
6 Chilton Street, Bristol, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

andrea h. di giammo, August 10 
367 Westhill Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 4; Women's Recre- 
ation Association 1,2,3; Dean's List 3; Social Committee 4; 
S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

regina dolan, December 5 

207 Lexington Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 4; Regina Players 1 ; Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2, 

3,4; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1. 

Kathleen M. Donnelly, September 13 

447 Elm Street, Warwick, R. I. 

Regina Players 1,2; Sociology Club 3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 3,4; 

Regina Maris Typing Staff 4 ; Campus Critique 2 ; Student 

Council 4; Social Committee 1,4 '(Chairman 4) ; House 

Council 1,3, (Treasurer 1, Secretary 3). 
Elizabeth a. donohue, February 16 

310 Pleasant Street, Paxton, Mass. 

Area Club 2 ; Commuters Club 2 ; Social Committee 3 ; 

S.N.E.A. 3,4. 



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ANN M. DONOVAN, August 11 

216 Linwood Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1.2.3.4. 

ROBERTA E. DOOLAN, June 15 

720' Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Patricia E. duch, October 20 

Harbor View Terrace, Stonington, Conn. 
Art Club 1,2,3; Biology 2,3,4; Commuters Club 4; Women's 
Recreation Association 1,2,3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 2,3,4 (Art 
Editor 3) ; House Council 1; Basketball Team 1,2,3,4; So- 
cial Committee 1. 

CONSTANCE J. DUFFY, 

97 Weeden Drive, Warwick, R. I. 

susan K. dumais, October 8 

140 Berube Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Area Club 2,3,4 (Publicity Chairman 3, Vice-President 4) ; 

Commuters Club 2,3. 

susan M. ellis, September 16 
Durham Road, Madison, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Art Club 4; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 
(Vice-Prefect 3, Prefect 4) ; Sociology Club 3,4 (Secretary 
3) ; Women's Recreation Association 1,2,3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 
3 ; Regina Maris Typing Staff 4 ; Campus Critique 1 ; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Basketball Team 1,2,3,4; L.A.F.F. 3,4 (Co- 
Chairman 3,4). 

LAURA A. FANNING, August 13 

23 Narragansett Avenue, Tiverton, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4 (President 4) ; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 
S.N.E.A. 3,4. 
Patricia v. feeley, January 26 
56 Broad Street, Ashaway, R. I. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 
Assn. 1,2,3,4; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4. 

judith A. ferrarini, September 27 

60 Boyce Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4. 
ann fitch, February 12 

26 Vernon Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

ELIZABETH L. FLANNERY, June 26 

8524 Arran Road, Richmond 35, Va. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 2,3,4; International Re- 
lations Club 3; Campus Critique 2,3; House Council 2,3; 
S.N.E.A. 3,4. 
jane m. Fleming, December 3 
Regatta Place, Douglaston, N. Y. 

Area Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. 
Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

MARY ELLEN FLEMING, July 17 

77 Richard Eger Drive, Holyoke, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; 

R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

ANGELA M. FOLEY, April 16 

325 Snell Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

janet e. Foley, November 16 
41 Plain Street, Randolf, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1,2,3; Regina Players 
3,4 ; International Relations Club 3 ; Mission Club 3 ; S.N.- 
E.A. 3,4. 

Elizabeth A. FONTANELLA, January 28 
62 Bee Street, Meriden, Conn. 

Area Club 1, Queen's Choristers 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 3; 
Sociology Club 3,4; Women's Recreation Association 2; 
Ebb Tide Staff 3 ; L.A.F.F. 4 ; Art Club 4. 



CAROL A. FULTON, January 18 
16 John Street, Newport, R. I. 

GERALDINE A. GEARON, June 27 

448 Gaskill Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Area Club 1; Regina Players 3,4; Campus Critique 2,3; 

House Council 3 (Vice-President) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4 (Orga- 
nizing Committee 3). 
ann mary gibbons, September 18 

48 Interlocken Road, East Providence, R.I. 

Area Club 1; Art Club 4; Regina Players 2,3,4; Ebb Tide 

Staff 2,4; Campus Critique 4. 
joan M. godin, November 4. 

28 Hilltop Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 2,3,4 (Senior Representative 4) ; International 

Relations Club 2; Campus Critique 2; S.N.E.A. 3,4; Regina 

Maris Staff 4; Class Secretary 3,4. 
ANN FRANCES Goodwin, August 13 

286 Norwood Avenue, Edgewood, R. I. 

Area Club 3,4; Sociology Club 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 4) ; Mis- 
sion Club 2,3; House Council 1,2 (Secretary 1, Treasurer 

2) ; Fine Arts Committee 2,3. 
marcia goulding, August 30 

2 North Orchard Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Alliance Francaise 1,2,4. 
JOAN A. GREEN, February .25 

214 Tiogue Avenue, Coventry, R. I. 

Area Club 1; International Relations Club 1, 2. 
carol a. griffin, July 18 

118 Washington Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2 ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 
adrienne I. guilmette, September 20 

22 Annandale Road, Newport, R. I. 

Art Club 1,2,3 (Secretary 3); Queen's Choristers 1,2,3; 

Commuters Club 1,2; Campus Critique 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3; 

Student Council 4 (Vice-President) . 

JANE T. HARRINGTON, August 20 

77 Middleton Avenue, Newport, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1; Regina Players 2,3; Com- 
muters Club 1,2,3,4; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2,3,4 (Vice- 
President 3) ; Regina Maris Staff 4 (Business Manager) ; 
Dean's List 1,2,3; Social Committee 3; Sigma Delta Pi 3,4; 
S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

MIRENE P. HAZEBROUCK, April 14 

615 Mendon Road, Woonsocket, R. I. 
Regina Players 1,2 ; Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (Vice-Presi- 
dent 4) ; El Circulo Salamanca 4; Campus Critique 1,2,4; 
Dean's List 3. 

MADELEINE E. HEBERT, July 12 

549 Tucker Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Area Club 3,4; Alliance Francaise 3,4; Dean's List 3. 
JOAN P. henry, September 1 

160 William Souza Road, Tiverton, R. I. 
S.N.E.A. 3,4; N.C.T.E. 3,4. 

jean a. Holland, October 16 

526 Highland Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4, 

ellen M. horrocks, March 12 

12 Le Baron Way, Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Campus Critique 2 ; S.N.EA. 3,4. 

KATHLEEN M. HUGHES, May 11 

81 Pine Grove Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Area Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. 

Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 



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nancy E. huling, October 18 

873 Tillinghast Road, East Greenwich, R. I. 
Providence Area Club 1,3,4; Regina Players 1-, Maria Regina 
Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Publicity Chairman 3, Advisory Board 4) ; 
Mission Club 1,2; International Relations Club 3; Ebb Tide 
Staff 2,3,4 (Managing Editor 2,3,4) ; Campus Critique 2,3, 
4 ; Regina Maris Staff 3,4 (Editor 4) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4 (Or- 
ganizing Committee 3, President 3, Advisory Board 4) ; 
Rhode Island S.N.E.A. 3,4 (Treasurer 4); N.C.T.E. 3,4; 
L.A.F.F. 3. 

diana R. jackson, October 1 
281 Market Street, Warren, R. I. 

Commuters Club 1,2; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; 
R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

Kathleen E. kehoe, November 15 
40 Linwood Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Providence Area Club 4 (Vice-President) ; Dean's List 3; 
C.C.D. 2; House Council 2,4 (Vice-President 2, Secretary 
4) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4 (Organizing Committee 3, Vice-President 
3, Advisory Board, 4) . 

veronica m. kelly, September 17 
Stevenson Place, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 
Women's Recreation Association 1,2 ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

Kathleen p. kenney, January 7 
179 Village Street, Medway, Mass. 

Regina Players 3,4; Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 (Presi- 
dent 4) ; House Council 2,3 (President 2,3) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

jane f. kiernan, August 29 

26 Melrose Road, Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Area Club 1,2,4; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; 

R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

JEANNE M..KIRBY, July 11 

20 Inverness Road, Swansea, Mass. 
anne m. lancelotti, November 13 
40 Rosedale Street, Providence, R. I. 

Regina Players 1,2; Ebb Tide Staff 2,3,4 (Editor 2,3,4); 
Dean's List 3 ; Student Council 1,2 ; Class President 1 ; House 
Council 1 (Secretary 1) ; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4 (Vice- 
President 4) ; Ecumenical Dialogue 3,4. 

ADRIAN T. LAPP, August 5 

438 Summit Avenue, Cedarhurst, New York 

Area Club 1 ; Queen's Choristers 3,4 ; Regina Players 3 ; 

Sociology Club 3,4; Women's Recreation Association 2,3; 

Ebb Tide Staff 3 ; Student Nurses' Organization 1 ; L.A.F.F. 

4. 

CECILE A. LEVESQUE, April 15 

1154 South Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Biology Club 2,3,4 (Secretary 2,4, Vice- 
President 3); Commuters Club 4; Campus Critique 2; 
Dean's List 1,2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4. 

JENNIFER A. LINENDOLL, August 22 

109 Page Avenue, Bristol, Conn. 

Area Club 1 ; Regina Players 1 ; Student Nurses' Organi- 
zation 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; House 
Council 1 (Secretary 1) ; Liturgy Club 3,4. 

LORRAINE M. LONARDO, April 11 

1391 Narr. Blvd., Edgewood, R. I. 

Area Club 3,4; International Relations Club 3; Alliance 

Francaise 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

JOYCE p. luongo, June 21 

763 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 



paula a. lynch, October 5 

25 Dexter Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1,2,3,4 (Librarian 2, 
President 3); Regina Players 1,3; International Relations 
Club 2; Dean's List 2; C.C.D. 4; House Council 2,4 (Treas- 
urer 2,4) ; S.N.E.A. 4; Intra-mural Basketball 1,3. 

SARAH A. manning, May 11 

20 Stanley Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Area Club 2,3,4; Sociology Club 3,4; Dean's List 2,3. 

dorothy a. marcello, October 3 
87 Maple Avenue, Barrington, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

carole a. marra, October 15 

21 Stratford Court, Cohoes, N. Y. 

International Relations Club 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 2,3,4. 
Margaret R. marra, October 15 

21 Stratford Court, Cohoes, N. Y. 

Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 3) ; Dean's 
List 3. 

MARY A. MARTIN, July 26 

156 Middle Road, Portsmouth, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Cri- 
tique 2 ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

SHARON A. martin, August 3 1 

1320 Princeton Road, Teaneck, N. J. 

Regina Players 1, Sociology Club 1,2,3; El Circulo Salamanca 

1,2. 

rosalyn A. martone, January 1 

606 Maple Avenue, Barrington, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2; Regina Players 2; Commuters Club 1,2; 
Regina Maris Staff 3,4 (Editor 4) ; Campus Critique 4; 
Dean's List 1 ; House Council 4 (President) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4, 
(Organizing Committee 3, Publicity Chairman 3) ; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association 1 ; Ecumenical Dialogue Group 
3. 

theresa A. marzilli, January 18 

22 Celestia Avenue, Cranston, R. I. 

Area Club 4; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Chairman of 
Social Inquiry Cell 4) ; Dean's List 1,2,3; Student Council 
3 (Secretary) ; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4 (President 4) ; Class 
Treasurer 2. 

denise m. mathieu, April 16 

26 Canterbury Turnpike, Norwich, Conn. 

Area Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. 
Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

sally a. mathison, November 29 

144 Coggeshall Avenue, Newport, R. I. 
Queen's Choristers 1,2,3,4 (President 4) ; Regina Players 
1,2,3; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Alliance Francaise 1; 
S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

JOANNE P. mattias, August 3 

170 Pulaski Street, West Warwick, R. I. 
Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 2) ; Dean's List 
1,2,3; Student Council 3 (Treasurer ) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4; House 
Council 4, (President). 

m. sheila mcaleer, July 10 

23 Wildrose Court, Warwick, R. I. 

Commuters Club 1,2; Home Economics Club 2,3,4; S.N.- 
E.A. 3,4. 



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Elizabeth M. mc cabe, October 7 
122 Cleveland Street, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3. 

MARY LOU MC CARTHY, April 16 

1180 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2; Art Club 4; Regina Players 3; Sociology 
Club 2,3,4; Women's Recreation Association 2; Ebb Tide 
Staff 3; Student Nurses' Organization 1: L.A FF A 

KAREN A. mc carty, June 4 

90 Rounds Avenue, Riverside, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2 ; Regina Players 2,3,4 (Musical Director 2,3) ; 
Commuters Club 1,2; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2,3,4; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association 1; Dean's List 1,3; Student 
Council 4 (President) ; Cultural Committee 4; S.N.E.A. 3,4; 
Sigma Delta Pi 3,4 (Secretary 4) . 

CATHLEEN mc caughery, January 7 
81 Ayrault Street, Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 2,3,4; Art Club 2; Commuters Club 2,3,4; 
C.C.D. 2. 

HOPE M. MC DONALD, May 24 

493 Pleasant Valley Parkway, Providence, R. I. 

Art Club 4; Regina Players 2,3,4; Home Economics Club 

1,2,3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 4; Legion of Mary 4. 

Kathleen A. MC evoy, November 28 
46 Radcliffe Road, Belmont, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 3,4; International Rela- 
tions Club 2,3,4; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2; Women's Rec- 
reation Association 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 2; House Council 
3,4; Social Committee 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

MARY JO MC mahon, April 26 

358 Grand Street, Westbury, N. Y. 
Patricia a. mooney, January 27 

42-30 Hampton Street, Elmhurst, N. Y. 

Area Club 1,2,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Student Nurses' 

Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

JOAN M. MULLARE, August 4 

24 Braemoor Road, Brockton, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 1,2,3,4; International 

Relations Club 3 ; Mission Club 3 ; S.N.E A. 3,4. 
allegra E. munson, March 15 

5 Harbor View Court, Middletown, R. I. 

Regina Players 4 ; Commuters Club 3,4 ; Campus Critique 4. 

joan m. muros, June 18 

24 Fessenden Street, Newtonville, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4 (Co- 

Chairman, Fund-raising Committee 3) ; R I. Student 

Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 
ANN M. murphy, August 6 

3559 Stephen Lane, Wantagh, N. Y. 

Area Club 1,2 ; Queen's Choristers 1 ; Maria Regina Sodality 

1,2 (Secretary 2); Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; 

R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4 (Class Representative). 

DOROTHY L. MURPHY, April 14 

3235 Riverside Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

KATHLEEN M. MURRAY, December 12 
81 Roseneath Avenue, Newport, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 2) ; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 
Ebb Tide Staff 3 ; Campus Critique 1 ; Women's Recreation 
Association 1,2. 



LESLIE A. murtha, June 26 

63 Avon Mountain Road, Avon, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Art Club 1,2,4; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2,3, 

4; Student Council 2,3,4; Class President 2,3,4; S.N.E A 

3,4. 

Margaret M. nealon, December 12 

Quarters "F" Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Area Club 1,2,3; Biology Club 2,3; Regina Players 2,3,4; 

Class Secretary 1. 
Margaret m. nerone, December 14 

21 Bullock's Point Avenue, Riverside, R. I. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

SUZANNE E. NEVILLE, November 12 

2309 North Washington Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Women's Rec- 
reation Association 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 3; S.N.E.A. 
3,4. 

mary Frances o'brien, September 3 
121 Ruggles Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 4; Regina Players 2; 
Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Women's Recreation Association 
3; Campus Critique 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3. 

nancy e. o'donnell, December 27 

41 Kingsford Avenue, East Providence, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 
marlene A. ogrodnik, September 17 

760 Reservoir Avenue, Cranston, R. I. 

Area Club 3; Home Economics Club 2,3,4. 
JANICE j. orford, August 31 

265 Lonsdale Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Sharon P. o'toole, November 30 

155 Coleman Road, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Area Club 1 ; Regina Players 4; Home Economics Club 1,2, 

3,4. 
a. claire ouellette, October 15 

36 South Court, Tiverton, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Cri- 
tique 2,3, S.N.E.A. 3,4; N.C.T.E. 3,4. 

JUDITH M. PAILTHORPE, July 21 

425 River Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2; S.N.- 
E.A. 3,4. 
geraldine m. palumbo, June 22 

77 Cathedral Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 2; Dean's 

List 1,3. 
PAULA e. pandolfe, April 6 

28 Pasture Trail, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Queen's Choristers 1,2,3; Regina Players 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 

3,4. 

BEVERLY A. PETTINE, May 17 

8 Mohill Street, Swansea, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 3; S.N.E.A. 3,4; 

House Council 2,4 (Secretary 4). 
valerie c. pikor, March 3 

61 Gillette Street, West Hartford, Conn. 

Area Club 1 ; Art Club 4; Biology Club 3,4; Mission Club 

2,3. 
Constance A. quirk, November 1 1 

47 Woodman Street, Providence, R. I. 

Art Club 4; Queen's Choristers 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 2,3; 

International Relations Club 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 2,3, Vice- 
President 4) ; Alliance Francaise 4; Regina Maris Staff 4; 

Dean's List 1,2,3. 



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suzanne e. reardon, January 31 
128 Connection Street, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 2,3) ; Regina Players 2,3; 
Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Women's Recreation Association 
1,2,3; Regina Maris Staff 4; Basketball Team 1,2,3; Class 
Officer 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 1,3,4, Secretary 2) ; S.N.- 
E.A. 3,4. 

CARROLLE M. RINALDI, May 22 

726 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 3). 

MARY A. ROCHE, September 8 

110 Van Zandt Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

PATRICIA R. ROSSI, April 21 

22 Union Street, Warren, R. I. 

Biology Club 2,3,4; Regina Players 2,3,4; Commuters Club 
1 ; Dean's List 2,3. 
CHERYL A. RUSSO, August 22 

527 Eaton Street, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

KATHLEEN RYAN, August 6 

139 Miller Avenue, Meriden, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Queen's Choristers 1,2,3; Maria Regina So- 
dality 2,3,4 (Advisory Board 3,4) ; Sociology Club 2,3,4; 
Women's Recreation Association 1 ; Cheerleading 1 ; Regina 
Maris Typing Staff 4 ; Campus Critique 2 ; Dean's List 3 ; 
Student Council 3,4 ; House Council 2 ; Sigma Phi Sigma 
3,4; L.A.F.F. 3,4 (Co-Chairman) ; Library Committee 3 
(Chairman) . 

martha e. ryan, September 17 
6 Cherry Hill, Holyoke, Mass. 

Area Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3; Dean's 
List 2; House Council 2,4 (President 2, Vice-President 4). 
mary l. ryan, June 24 

113 Beech Street, Cranford, N. J. 

Regina Players 2,3; Women's Recreation Association 1,2,3,4 
(Secretary 2, President 4) ; Campus Critique 1 ; House Coun- 
cil 2 (Vice-President 2) ; Basketball Team 1,2,3,4 (Captain 
4) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4 ; Regina Maris Typing Staff 4. 

myrna e. Santiago, May 7 

3062 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 
2,3); Women's Recreation Association 3; House Council 
4 (Vice-President 4) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4; Sigma Delta Phi 3,4 
(President) . 

susan d. Santos, September 21 

934 Mountain Avenue, Mountainside, N. J. 

Women's Recreation Association 1,2; House Council 2,3 

(Secretary 2, Treasurer 3) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4; Class Treasurer 1. 

Margaret S. scahill, November 3 

188 Main Street, Medway, Mass. 
sandra A. scally, December 22 

32 Terrace Avenue, Naugatuck, Conn. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 3. 
Catherine M. SCIARROTTA, December 2 

50 Kay Boulevard, Newport, R. I. 

Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; El Circulo Salamanca 1,2,3,4 

(President 4) . 

CAMiLLE servant, March 20 
675 Hope Street, Bristol, R. I. 

Art Club 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 4) ; El Circulo Salamanca 
1,2,3,4; Regina Maris Typing Staff 4; S.N.E.A. 4. 



susan L. shea, March 13 

166 Ray Street, Fall River, Mass. 

BARBARA J. SHERRY, March 2 

141 Wood Haven Road, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 2,4; Ebb 
Tide Staff 2; Campus Critique 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4 (Orga- 
nizing Committee 3, Advisory Board 4, Secretary 3) ; Class 
Officer 3,4 (Treasurer 3,4) . 
geraldine M. simons, June 13 

1643 County Street, Somerset, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

MARY-LEE SMITH, August 22 

51 Valley Road, Middletown, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2 ; Commuters Club 1,2 ; Student Nurses' Orga 

nization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

CHARLOTTE A. SOUSA, August 21 

269 Walcott Avenue, Middletown, R. I. 

Biology Club 2,3,4; Dean's List 2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4. 

lorraine E. spero, October 19 
65 Second Street, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 1,2; Biology Club 2,3,4; Commuters 
Club 1,2,3,4. 

SANDRA B. STEEL, August 1 

507 Main Street, Hyannis, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2; Home Economics 
Club 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 
BARBARA J. SULLIVAN, January 18 

42 Cleveland Avenue, Brockton, Mass. 
Area Club 1,2; Women's Recreation Association 3; Home 
Economics Club 1,2,3 (Treasurer 2); House Council 1; 
Library Committee 3; S.N.E.A. 3. 

MICHELE SULLIVAN, May 17 

4 Carroll Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 2; Art Club 1; Commuters Club 1,2; El Circulo 

Salamanca 1,2,3,4; Women's Recreation Association 1,2; 

Student Council 2,3; Basketball Team 1,2; S.N.E.A. 3,4; 

Revisions Committee 2. 
MARY P. SUTTON, February 17 

107 Taber Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
LENORE A. SWENSON, January 23 

37 Othmar Street, Narragansett, R. I. 

Art Club 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. 

Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; Riding Club 2. 

Carolyn sylvia, October 2 
346 Broadway, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 1,2; Com- 
muters Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 2; Dean's List 2; 
S.N.E.A. 3. 

Beverly A. tavares, January 25 
16 Garden Street, Portsmouth, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

HELEN MCGRANE TRAINOR, August 12 

1631 Broad Street, Cranston, R. I. 

Queen's Choristers 1; Women's Recreation Association 1,2; 
Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 2, Vice- 
President 3) ; R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; Dean's 
List 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Basketball Team 1,2; Sigma 
Phi Sigma 2,3,4; Class Vice President 2. 

BEVERLY E. URSILLO, July 3. 

4 Ray Street, Johnston, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 4; Art Club; Regina Players 1; So- 
ciology Club 2,3,4 (Vice-President 3, President 4) ; Dean's 
List 1,2,3; Social Committee 2,4; Pell Internship 3. 



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JO-ANN WELCH, August 19 

11 Whelden Avenue, East Providence, R. I. 

JUDITH L. WHITE, November 8 
17 Pierce Road, Belmont, Mass. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 3; Campus Critique 2; 
House Council 2 (President 2) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

Carolyn l. wood, March 8 

501 Main Road, Westport, Mass. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R. I. Student Nurses' 

Assn. 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 3. 
eleanor a. woods, October 10 

41 Riverview Terrace, Suffield, Conn. 

Women's Recreation Association 3 ; Ebb Tide Staff 2 ; 

Regina. Maris Staff 4; Campus Critique 2,3; House Council 

2 (President 2) ; S.N.E.A. 3,4; N.C.T.E. 3,4. 



Marilyn j. worst, February 20 

1961 East 29th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
New York Area Club 1 ; Queen's Choristers 1 ; Regina Play- 
ers 3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 3,4 (Photography Editor 3,4); 
Dean's List 2; House Council 3 (President 3); S.N.E.A. 
3,4 (Vice-President 4) . 

ann-terese wright, January 25 
72 Bridge Street, Warren, R. I. 

Regina Players 2,3,4 (Student Director 2,3,4) ; Commuters 
Club 3 ; Ebb Tide Staff 2 ; S.N.E.A. 3,4. 

BARBARA O. ZIMMERMAN, April 18 

468 Hope Street, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 4 ; EI Circulo Salamanca 12 3 4- 

S.N.E.A. 3,4. 



CLASS OF 1968 



BEATRICE A. ABRAHAM 

324 Nash Rd., New Bedford, Mass. 02746 

MARY A. ADAMS 

225 Chase St., North Dighton, Mass. 02764 

MADELYNE G. AMARELLO 

106 Wilbur St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

JEANNINE G. ANCTIL 

120 Bardsley St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

ELAINE ANDERSON 

Pinehurst Rd., Bristol, Conn. 06010 

ANDREA M. ARCAND 

21 Parker Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 02154 

PATRICIA A. AUBIN 

15 Longfellow Rd., Watertown, Mass. 02172 

DONNA J. BAILEY 

49 Slade St., Belmont, Mass. 02178 

JEAN M. BALBONI 

462 Main St., Bridgewater, Mass. 02324 

SHEILA L. BANIGAN 

199 Spooner Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02886 

SHIRLEY L. BARONE 

122 So. Rose St., East Providence, R. I. 02914 

BONNIE J. BARRON 

1151 Brighton Ave., Portland, Me. 04102 

HELEN H. BASSETT 

24 Fern Circle, Brockton, Mass. 02401 

SHARON L. BENBENEK 

441 Venttian Blvd., Lindenhurst, N. Y. 11757 

ANNE M. BENEDICT 

Old Northfield Rd., Thomaston, Conn. 06787 

FRANCINE BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

SHARON L. BLACKBURN 

50 Linden St., Hyannis, Mass. 02601 

SYLVIA M. BLOUNT, R.N. 

56 Home Ave., Providence, R. I. 02908 

CAROL R. BORELLA 

661 Prospect Ave., Ridgefield, N. J. 07657 

JANET M. BREAUGH 

355 Club Rd., Stanford, Conn. 06905 

JANE A. BRODIE 

75 Burnside St., Cranston, R. I. 02910 

EILEEN BROWN 

19 Palmer St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JOAN M. BURKE 

2 Mt. Tenjo., FPO, San Francisco, Calif. 96630 



JUDITH L. BURNS 

8 Penrod Ave., Riverside, R. I. 02915 

KATHLEEN A. BURTT 

76 Juniper Dr., Springfield, Mass. 01119 

LESLIE A. CALANDRA 

904 Hope St., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

BARBARA A. CARLSEN 

c/o Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Silveira 

13 Maple Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

ANNETTE E. CHAI-HONG 

Corpus Christi Carmel 

21 Battery St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

GISELA I. CHANDECK 

Apartado 665, Panama, Rep. De Panama 

LORRAINE L. CHASSE 

' 31 Brookdale St., Wolcott, Conn. 06716 

CYNTHIA A. CLAIRMONT 

234 Webster St., Manchester, N. H. 03104 

THERESE J. CLEMENT 

171 Hunter St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

NANCY A. COLLINS 

Cedar Cove Rd., South Swansea, Mass. 02779 

CAROL A. CONBOY 

4 Sherbrooke Rd., Barrington, R. I. 02806 

MARY-LOUISE CONNELLY 

71 Tumblebrook Dr., Milford, Conn. 06463 

LOLLI A. CONNERTON 

31 Annandale Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KATHLEEN S. CONNOLLY 

Box 35 Craigville Beach Rd., West Hyannisport, Mass. 02601 

NANCY A. COSTELLO 

Diamond Hill R.D.#3, Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

MARY M. COUGHLAN 

636 Mitchell La., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

MARY E. CROSS 

130 Hood St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

MARY E. CROWLEY 

81 Butler St., New Bedford, Mass. 02744 

CLAUDETTE A. CUICCIO 

111 Progress Ave., Providence, R. I. 02909 

JOHNINE T. CUMMINGS 

34 Laurel Dr., Scranton, Penna. 18505 

MARY ANN D'ANGELO 

132 Old County Rd., Esmond, R. I. 02917 

CYNTHIA H. DE MELLO 

440 Orchard St., New Bedford, Mass. 02740 



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SUZANNE M. DERHAM 

21 Nancy St., Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

DONNA M. DOMBROWSKI 

240 North Ave., Abington, Mass. 02351 

MARY E. DOWD 

590 Willis Ave., Williston Park, N. Y. 11596 

NANCY A. DOWD 

105 Brooks St., Worchester, Mass. 01606 

MARGARET A. DOYLE 

36 Bentwood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 06107 

ANNE M. DRURY 

1 Slade St., Somerset, Mass. 02725 

SUSAN A. DUNPHY 

215 Plymouth St., Whitman, Mass. 02382 

SUSAN A. EDWARD 

916 West Main Rd., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

DIERDRE E. FIELD 

30 South Montowese St., Branford, Conn. 06405 

MAUREEN P. FINNESON 

21 Winthrop Dr., Riverside, Conn. 06878 

DIANNE M. FITCH 

463 Victor Way, Wyckoff, N. J. 07481 

PATRICIA M. FITZGERALD 

30 West Normandy Dr., West Hartford, Conn. 06107 

PATRICIA A. FLACK 

15 Harrison Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KATHLEEN M. FLANAGAN 

40 General Patton Dr., Hyannis, Mass. 02601 

ANNE EVA FOGLIA, R.N. 

Old Plainfield Pike, Foster, R. I. 02825 

ANNE V. FOLEY 

367 North Ocean Ave,, Patchogue, N. Y. 11772 

JUDITH A. FOUHY 

40 Locust Ave., Lexington, Mass. 02173 

NANCY E. FULLER 

10 Calumet La., Marblehead, Mass. 01947 

JO-ANNE GALVIN 

100 Metcalf Rd., North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 

GLORIA F. GARGANO 

43 Church St., Kings Park, N. Y. 11754 

JULIA C. GENDVILIS 

57_9th St., East Providence, R. I. 02914 

C. VALERIE GESNER, R.N. 

304 Rich St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

DONNA M. GIAQUINTO 

131 Crescent St., Shrewsbury, Mass. 01546 

KATHLEEN M. GLEESON 

2451 East Main Rd., Portsmouth, R. I. 02871 

JOAN A. GOLEMBESKE 

Fogland Rd, Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

MARY K. GRAHAM 

242 Peck Ave, West Haven, Conn. 06516 

JUDITH A. GRAY 

24 Ayrault St, Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARY L. GUALTIERI 

55 Forest Ridge Rd, Waterbury, Conn. 06708 

DIANE M. HALLIDAY 

8 Vaughan Ave, Newport, R. I. 02840 

CAROL J. HANSON 

71 Roseneath Ave, Newport, R. I. 02840 

DIANE M. HARDY 

18 Colgate Rd, Needham, Mass. 02192 

PATRICIA M. HARMANDE 

255 Manchester Rd, River Edge, N. J. 07661 

MARY W. HART 

12 Howard Ave, Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 



SARA A. HARTON 

28 Beacon Hill Terrace, Huntington, Conn. 06486 

SUSAN I. HATHAWAY 

89 Mt. Pleasant St, Norwich, Conn. 06360 

KATHLEEN A. HEALY 

11 Stockton Dr., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

THERESA M. HODGENS 

230 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 11238 

ELIZABETH M. HOLT 

123 Ardmore Ave, Providence, R. I. 02908 

DUANE L. HORAN 

26 Larchwood Dr., East Providence, R. I. 02916 

CAREN L. JENNINGS 

28 Hilltop Dr., Mannasset, N. Y. 11030 

BERNADETTE F. KACHANIS 

215 Jewett St, Providence, R. I. 02908 

ROSEMARY T. KEARNS 

19 Washington St., Beverly, Mass. 01915 

JANICE H. KEATING 

215 Highland Ave, South Portland, Me. 04106 

VIRGINIA A. KOEHLER 

42 East Hudson Ave, Englewood, N. J. 07631 

SYLVIA A. KOTTMANN 

15 Everett St, Taunton, Mass. 02780 

MARYLEE A. KOZY 

225 Andrew St., Stratford, Conn. 06497 

LYDIA LAGARTO 

Church Cove Rd, Bristol, R. I. 02809 

JACQUELINE N. LAJOIE 

3001 Acushnet Ave, New Bedford, Mass. 02745 

JOANN E. LANIGAN 

12 Sound View St, Port Chester, N. Y. 10573 

MARY E. LA ROCHE 

282 Cedar St, New Bedford, Mass. 02740 

PATRICIA A. LATHAM 

916 County St., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARY F. LAU 

42 Hillcrest Ave, Larchmont, N. Y. 10538 

MARIA E. LEANDRO, R.N. 

535 Main St, Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARGARET M. MACHADO 

36 Cottage St., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

DEBORAH L. MADDEN 

2 General St., Providence, R. I. 02904 

LYNDA A. MAFFEO 

7 Arbor Terrace, Ansonia, Conn. 06401 

CATHERINE E. MASTALSKI 

27 Sherwood Rd, Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARIAN A. MATHISON 

144 Coggeshall Ave, Newport, R. I. 02840 

DIANE C. MAZZARI 

71 Bowman Dr., Greenwich, Conn. 06833 

BETSY-LEA MC CABE 

95 Beverly St, Fall River, Mass. 02720 

PATRICIA M. MC CARTEN 

32 Colony Court, Keene, New Hampshire 03431 

EILEEN C. MC CARTHY 

57 Oxbow Rd, Weston, Mass. 02193 

MAUREEN MC CONNON 

16 Mt. Vernon Blvd., Pawtucket, R. I. 02861 

KATHLEEN A. MC GUINN 

30 Glenwood Ave, Rumford, R. I. 02916 

MARGARET M. MC KEE 

Highland View Rd, Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

JEANNE A. MC MAHON 

27 Carlton Ave, Warwick, R. I. 02889 



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JUDITH A. MC NAMARA 

26 Judy Lane, Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARY M. T. MC NULTY 

23 Bay Shore Rd., Hyannis, Mass. 02601 

PATRICIA A. MEDEIROS 

400 High St., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

FRANCES Y. MILOTTE 

81 Durfee Rd., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

MARY E. MINAHAN 

799 Judson Place, Stratford, Conn. 06497 

MARGARET M. MORAN 

66 Fruit Hill Ave., Providence, R. I. 02909 

ALBERTA E. MORRISSETTE 

2 Locust Terrace, Warren, R. I. 02885 ' 

LYNN M. MUNSON 

69 Lansdowne Rd., Warwick, R. I. 02888 

ROBERTA A. NEUERT 

54 Coolidge Ave., Caldwell, N. J. 07007 

MARGARET NIEMIEC 

P.O. Box 85., So. Dartmouth, Mass. 02748 

DENISE M. NOON AN 

Putnam Green Aprs., Apt. 21 H, Greenwich, Conn. 06878 

ELIZABETH E. NOWICKI 

710 North St., Milford, Conn. 06463 

TERESA R. NUNES 

392 Hersom St., New Bedford, Mass. 02745 

PATRICIA R. O'CALLAGHAN 

800 Shore Rd., Pocasset, Mass. 02599 

SARA E. O'NEIL 

140 Richmond Ave., West Haven, Conn. 06516 

ELIZABETH A. OTWAY 

10 Boyd St., Bay Shore, N. Y. 11706 

EILEEN M. PANGBORN 

10 Potter Dr., Providence, R. I. 02907 

MARY M. PARKER 

16 Forest St., New Britain, Conn. 06052 

MARY E. PENDERGAST 

21 Carey St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

GLORIA J. PICARD 

Hopkinton-Ashaway Rd., Hopkinton, R. I. 02833 

NANCY A. PIZIO 

659 Cherry St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

SUSAN D. PRUDHOMME 

63 Query St., New Bedford, Mass. 02745 

ANNE B. QUINTON 

91 Fourth St., East Greenwich, R. I. 02818 

BARBARA P. RAMONDETTA 

121 Church St., Mansfield, Mass. 02048 

DENISE D. RAU 

175 Francis St., New Britain, Conn. 06053 

KATHLEEN M. REARDON 

7 Noble Ave., West Barrington, R. I. 02890 

MARY-ELINOR REARDON 

109 Newton St., Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

SISTER KEVIN MARIE REILLY, R.S.M. 
MARY L. REINHAGEN 

637 Buffinton St., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

BEVERLY A. RISTUCCIA 

152 Elmgrove Ave., Providence, R. I. 02906 

BEVERLY M. ROBERTI 

37 Homeland St., Johnston, R. I. 02919 

DONNA L. ROBERTO 

76 Converse St., Wakefield, Mass. 01880 

DONNA L. ROBINSON 

219 Westhill Ave., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARY D. ROONEY 

56 Ellison Park, Waltham, Mass. 02154 

BEVERLY A. ROSA 

130 Fenner Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 



MARY L. ROSS 

130 Aldershot La., Manhasset, N. Y. 11030 

CAROLINA A. RUOCCO 

Old Bedford Rd., Lincoln, Mass. 01733 

SUSAN A. RYAN 

47 Belcourt Ave., North Providence, R. I. 02911 

BELINDA F. ST. ANGELO 

7 Sherwood La., Greenville, R. I. 02828 

JEAN MARIE ST. GERMAIN 

Main St., Baltic, Conn. 06330 

CAROL A. SARGANIS 

130 Holland Ave., Riverside, R. I. 02915 

CHRISTINE M. SCANLON 

30 Mariposa St. Mattapan, Mass. 02126 

CAROLYN SCHAFFER 

77 Catherine St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

DONNA SCHAFFER 

25 Ward St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

SUSAN K. SCHIFFER 

Scotland Ave., Madison, Conn. 06443 

LINDA SCHUSTER 

9 Devon Rd., Darien, Conn. 06823 

SYLVIA F. SHEA 

99 Warner St, Newport, R. I. 02840 

JANIS M. SHERIDAN 

86 Larch St., Providence, R. I. 02906 

RITA M. SKELLY 

264 Barnaby St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

SUSAN R. SMITH 

Cliff Walk, Jamestown, R. I. 02871 

MARY K. SPENGLER 

140 Hartsdale Ave, Hartsdale, N. Y. 10530 

MARGARET C. STEELE 

9733 W. Bexhill Dr., Kensington, Md. 20795 

RUTH M. STRUCK 

52 Nelson St., Providence, R. I. 02908 

MARJORIE D. SULLIVAN 

287 Oakwood Rd, Englewood, N. J. 07631 

PATRICIA AGNES SULLIVAN 

74 Judith St., Springfield, Mass. 01118 

GAIL K. SUTTER 

41 Grace St, Cranston, R. I. 02910 

MARY C. TEXEIRA 

Box 604, Bristol, R. I. 02809 

CLAIRE D. THOMPSON 

13 — 11th St., Providence, R. I. 02906 

ELEANOR F. THURSTON 

170 Brayton Ave, Fall River, Mass. 02720 

MARILYN A. VIERA 

749 West Main Rd, Portsmouth, R. I. 02871 

JOYCE A. WALLMAN 

43 Lanson Rd, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

KATHLEEN M. WEAVER 

355 Broadway, Newport, R. I. 02840 

ELIZABETH H. WENZLER 

9 Allerton Rd, Milton, Mass. 02187 

SANDRA WHELLY 

60 Cottage St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

PAMELA J. WILDING 

95 Harold Ave, Somerset, Mass. 02726 

LAURA M. WIST 

40 Eastern Dr., Wethersfield, Conn. 06109 

MARY E. WOODS 

11 Keeher Ave, Newport, R. I. 02840 

JANNA T. ZEMANS 

Whittemore Rd, Rt. 2, Middlebury, Conn. 06762 

CAROL A. ZVINGILAS 

R.F.D. #1, Box 167, Jewett City, Conn. 06351 



187 



CLASS OF 1969 



NANCY J. AGRO 

30 Housatonic Ave., Milford, Conn. 06462 

SUSAN E. ANDERSON 

77 Willard St., New Bedford, Mass. 02744 

LUCILLE L. ANDREOZZI 

36 Woodhaven Blvd., Providence, R. I. 02908 

MARY LOUISE ANDRIACCHI 

301 Central St., Avon, Mass. 02322 

CAROLINE K. AUD 

25 Clinton Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JANET A. AUTOTTE 

12 Brookwood Dr., Johnston, R. I. 02919 

VIRGINIA C. BAILEY 

90 Tallman Ave., Portsmouth, R. I. 02871 

SISTER M. CONSOLATA BARKHURST, M.M. 

Corpus Christi Carmel 

21 Battery St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KATHERINE A. BARLOW 

13 Markham Rd., Edison, N. J. 08817 

DARIA R. BARTOSEWITZ 

3 Libby Lane, Warren, R. I. 02885 

PATRICIA D. BASELICE 

1188 Old White Plains Rd., Mamaroneck, N. Y. 10543 

BARBARA BATTCHER, R.N. 

15 Garfield Ave., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

KATHLEEN M. BEARDEN 

345 Regan Rd., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

CHRISTINE A. BEAULAC 

Box 60, Pocasset, Mass. 02559 

LOUISE K. BENSON 

22 Queen St., Meriden, Conn. 06450 

PATRICIA J. BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

SUZETTE A. BLANCHETTE 

72 Pope St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARY E. BOHLEN 

105 Bellewood Ave., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 10522 

SUZANNE R. BOUCHARD 

10 Bellevue St., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

CYNTHIA G. BOUTHILETTE 

64 Plummer Ave., Lowell, Mass. 01826 

NOREEN BRAWLEY 

350 Elmora Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 07208 

PATRICIA J. BROWN 

29 Witherbee Ave., Pelham Manor, N. Y. 10803 

DOLORES J. BRYANT 

Hope Valley Rd., Box 82, Hope Valley, R. I. 02832 

ELIZABETH M. BRYSON 

67 Waban Park, Newton, Mass. 02158 

JEAN M. BRYSON 

133 Alcott Dr., Windsor, Conn. 06095 

SUSAN E. BUCZYNSKI 

13 Laurel Lane, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

COLLEEN A. BURNS 

85 Cherry St., North Adams, Mass. 01247 

ANNA E. BURY 

1181 New Haven Ave., Milford, Conn. 06465 

JUDITH A. BYRNES 

56 Franklin St., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

SANDRA M. CABRAL 

337 East Hilton St., North Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

PATRICIA A. CADEN 

88-28 181st St., Hollis, N. Y. 11423 

JUDITH L. CADIGAN 

65 Ferncrest Dr., Riverside, R. I. 02915 

MARY H. CANARIO 

978 Main St., Warren, R. I. 02885 



LORA A. CARBERRY 

15 Ingram St., Hamden, Conn. 06514 

ARLENE J. CIPRIANO 

17 Hillview Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 06704 

MARY ANN COCCHIA 

40 Quintard Ave., South Norwalk, Conn. 06854 

ELIZABETH M. COCCIA 

69 Cold Brook Ave., Cranston, R. I. 02910 

KATHLEEN E. CONNERTON 

3 Cliff Ter., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JO ANNE CORREA 

70 Flores Ave., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

JANET R. COYLE 

658 Smith St., Providence, R. I. 02908 

SUSAN C. COYLE 

477 Savin Ave., West Haven, Conn. 06516 

MARY ANN CRONIN 

514 Highland Ave., Maiden, Mass. 02148 

MEGAN F. DALY 

343 South Main St., Wallingford, Conn. 06492 

MICHELE A. DAVIS 

155 Woonsocket Hill Rd., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

SANDRA C. DENNIS 

28 Simmons St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

EUGENIA B. DIAS 

77 Roseneath Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

ANN MARIE DOLAN 

1000 Oakland Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 07060 

CATHERINE ANN DOLAN 

1000 Oakland Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 07060 

HELEN DORFLINGER 

25 Grove Rd., Meriden, Conn. 06450 

ANNE LOUISE M. DUFOUR 

46 Suffolk St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

ANN-MARIE DUNN 

766 President Ave., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

PATRICIA R. DUPUY 

105 Green Manor Dr., East Hartford, Conn. 06118 

DONNA O. DZIEDZIC 

95 Spring St., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

JEAN E. EGAN 

123 Ballston Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

JUDITH A. EGLISKIS 

5 Janice La., Bristol, Conn. 06010 

MARY JAYNE EVANS 

Coronado St., Jamestown, R. I. 02835 

PATRICIA A. FAGAN 

16 Ellery Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

LYNDA J. FARRELL 

26 Hillcrest Rd., Glen Ridge, N. J. 07028 

COLLEEN E. FAY 

Depot St., Broad Brook, Conn. 06016 

MARILYN G. FERREIRA 

238 Canonicus St., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

JERALDINE C. FINN 

340 Reedsdale Rd., Milton, Mass. 02186 

ELIZABETH M. FIORE 

5 Narragansett Ave., Westerly, R. I. 02891 

SUZANNE M. FITZS1MMONS 

17 Bull St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

GERARDINE N. FLANNERY 

9 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 11530 

MARY JANE FLUDDER 

324 Forest Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

ANN LOUISE FLYNN 

85 City Ter., Newburgh, N. Y. 12550 



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MARY P. FORD 

215 Forest St., Winchester, Mass. 01890 

CAROL C. FORNEIRO 

18 Merritt Ave., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

MARGARET M. GAESTEL 

57 Grover Lane, W. Caldwell, N. J. 07006 

PATRICIA ANNE GALLAGHER 

15 Florence Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

RITA F. GALLANT 

65 Greenfield St., Brockton, Mass. 02401 

PATRICIA A. GAVIC 

103 North Champlin Place, Newport, R. I. 02840 

JANET M. GENDREAU 

119 Swindells St., Fall River, Mass. 02723 

SYLVIA B. GENDRON 

2 West Penfield Rd., Guilford Downs, 
Ellicott City, Maryland 21043 

JANE M. GLANCY 

19 Standish Rd., Milton, Mass. 02187 

JEAN M. GORDON 

93 Howard St., Haverhill, Mass. 01830 

CATHERINE M. GORMAN 

240 Pleasant St., Winthrop, Mass. 02152 

BARBARA M. GOULD 

36 Admiral Kalbfus Rd., Newport R. I. 02840 

SHARON M. GRIFFITHS 

18 Grove St., Plainville, Conn. 06062 

SHELIA A. GRIGATIS 

29 Magnolia St., Warwick, R. I. 02888 

DIANE M. GUILLET 

84 South Montgomery Ave., Bayshore, N. Y. 11706 

MARGARET R. HAGGERTY 

228 Taunton Ave., East Providence, R. I. 02914 

LINDA LOU HANKS 

Apt. 303, 5801 Quantrell Ave., Alexandria, Va. 22312 

BARBARA ANN HEALEY 

25 Modena Ave., Providence, R. I. 02908 

ROBERTA H. HEALY, R.N. 

1358 Main Rd. Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

ROSE MARY HEALY 

55 Roslyn Ave., Providence, R. I. 02908 

HELEN P. HEFKO 

639 Charles St., Fall River, Mass. 02724 

JEANNE T. HENEAULT 

476 Dulude Ave., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

JEANNINE T. HENEAULT 

476 Dulude Ave., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

MARY R. HETHERINGTON 

41-16 Matule Dr., Fair Lawn, N. J. 07411 

BARBRALYN HIGGINS 

1415 Plandome Rd., Manhasset, N. Y. 11030 

MARIE L. HOPKINS 

29 Kinross Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 10703 

TERESA A. HOPKINS 

Oak St., Ashaway, R. I. 02804 

EVELYN T. HORSTMAN 

16 Countryside Dr., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

NANCY C. JACKSON 

541 King Philip St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

JOANNE JANAROS 

63 Houston Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARY A. JOHANN 

23 Almy St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

CHRISTINE A. JUTKUS 

53 Otis St., Westfield, Mass. 01085 

THERESE M. KAVENY 

76 Rye St., Seekonk, Mass. 02772 



LINDA JANE KELLEY 

Box 51, Mansfield Depot, Conn. 06251 

LOUISE ELLEN KELLEY 

986 Smith St., Providence, R. I. 02908 

KATHLEEN A. KENDY 

48 Cedar St., Norwalk, Conn. 06854 

SUSAN H. KENNEDY 

86 Kaler Rd., South Portland, Me. 04106 

KATHLEEN M. KILCULLEN" 

18 Knox Rd., East Chester, N. Y. 10709 

MARY H. KOLKMEYER 

10 Roosevelt St., Norwalk, Conn. 06851 

MAUREEN F. KRAUZYK 

683 Stafford Rd., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

DIANA L. LA CAZETTE 

11 Carroll Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

CHERYL ANN LA VOY 

1 Broadview Ter., Norwalk, Conn. 06851 

KATHLEEN M. LAWLOR 

51 Vinnicum Rd., Swansea, Mass. 02777 

JUDITH LEGASSEY 

3 Cypress St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

PATRICIA C. LEONARD 

Ocean Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

ANNE M. LINDH 

42 Bateman Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

DOROTHY A. LUBAS 

394 Buffinton St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

JANE I. LYNCH 

92 Tenth St., Providence, R. I. 02906 

BARBARA A. MAGEE 

17 Kempsen St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JEAN LOUISE MAIGRET 

140 Patterson St., Attleboro, Mass. 02703 

MARILYN L. MARCHESE 

198 John St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

MICHELE A. MARINO 

20 Elder Ave., North Adams, Mass. 01247 

PAULA E. MARINO 

935 Mineral Spring Ave., North Providence, R. I. 02904 

MARCIA L. MARRA 

93 Bridge Ave., Cohoes, N. Y. 12047 

PAULETTE S. MATTERA 

75 Pender Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02889 

ANN THERESE MC CARTHY 

16 Courtney Rd., West Roxbury, Mass. 02132 

ELLEN FRANCES MC CARTY 

407 Fiigh St., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

KATHY MARIE MC MAHON 

27 Carlton Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02889 

BARBARA E. MC SHANE 

25 Kelsington Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 07304 

BARBARA A. MEDVETZ 

148 School La., Springfield, Penna. 19064 

MARIA F. MENDES 

Lawrence Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

CAROLYN M. MOORE 

690 Palmer Ave., Maywood, N. J. 07607 

JANE R. MORHARDT 

12 Chestnut St., Bethel, Conn. 06801 

EVELYN FRANCES MURPHY 

22 South Main St., Coventry, R. I. 02816 

JOANNE T. MURRAY 

22 Woodchester Dr., Milton, Mass. 02186 

CLARE ANN NATELLA 

166 Devoe Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 10705 



189 



MARGOT J. NIEF 

8 Oak St., Westport, Conn. 06880 

KATHLEEN M. NORTON 

173 School St., Webster, Mass. 01570 

MARIE E. NUGENT 

2 Middle St., West Barrington, R. I. 02890 

MAUREEN A. O'CONNOR 

306 Ohio Ave., Providence, R. I. 02905 

KATHLEEN R. O'DELL 

138 Evarts St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KRISTINE M. O'DONNELL 

1243 Park Ave., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

RITA A. O'DONNELL 

45 Third St., Attleboro, Mass. 02703 

CAROL M. OGNI 

212 Williston Way, Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

CAROL A. OLIVEIRA 

189 Rockdale Ave., South Dartmouth, Mass. 02748 

ELIZABETH A. O'NEIL 

28 Hillside Ave., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

VIRGINIA M. O'NEILL 

180 Laurel Dr., Needham, Mass. 02192 

ELOISE M. O'SHEA 

14 Whitson St., Forest Hills, N. Y. 11375 

KATHLEEN PATRONE 

15 Mohawk Rd., Canton, Mass. 02021 

RENA E. PATRY 

649 County St., Fall River, Mass. 02723 

SISTER MONICA MARIA PEREZ, O.P. 

795 Middle St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

KATHLEEN G. PFEIFFER 

40 Walnut St., Natick, Mass. 01760 

MARIE E. PHELAN 

16 Old Fort Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

NANCY PHILLIPS 

20 Terry Lane, Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

CHERYL L. PIATELLI 

42 Vose Hill Rd., Milton, Mass. 02186 

LUCIA M. PINTAURO 

3 Elm Place, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 10803 

LINDA M. PIZZI 

396 Laurel Hill Ave., Cranston, R. I. 02909 

SUSAN R. POLANSKI 

R.F.D. 1, Dayville, Conn. 06241 

CHRISTINE M. PONICHTERA 

272 Nash Rd., New Bedford, Mass. 02746 

CAROL A. PROULX 

74 Gifford Rd., North Westport, Mass. 02675 

IRENE M. QUINN 

19 Sunfield Circle, Waterbury, Conn. 06708 

BARBARA A. REED 

93 Yale Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02886 

BARBARA J. REYNOLDS 

64 Grace St., New Haven, Conn. 0651 1 

KATHLEEN G. REZENDES 

241 Field St., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

FRANCES E. RILEY 

40 Locust St., Marblehead, Mass. 01947 

KATHLEEN M. RILEY 

1310 Veirs Mill Rd., Rockville, Md. 20851 

PATRICIA A. ROBERTS 

72 Marion St., Natick, Mass. 01760 

EILEEN R. ROCHE 

110 Van Zandt Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARIA E. SCIARROTTA 

50 Kay Blvd., Newport, R. I. 02840 



PATRICIA F. SEBELIA 

109 "West Ashland St., Brockton, Mass. 02401 

MARY K. SEGAR 

Beechwood Dr., Storrs, Conn. 06268 

PAULINE SILVIA SEYMOUR 

12 Pell St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JEANNE R. SHEARER 

6 Fones St., Coventry, R. I. 02826 

MAUREEN M. SHEEHAN 

387 High St., Middletown, Conn. 06457 

BARBARA ANN SILVIA 

125 Braman's Lane, Portsmouth, R. I. 02871 

GERALDINE A. SILVIA 

319 Lepes Rd., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARY ANN SILVIA 

24 Eustis Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

DIANE M. SIMPSON 

Sugar Rock Estates R. R. 1— Box 99C 
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 

KATHLEEN ANN SMITH 

51 Valley Rd., Middletown, R. I. 02843 

IRENE T. SOARES 

1164 Plymouth Ave., Fall River, Mass. 02720 

MARY L. SOMMERVILLE 

151 Ruggles Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

PATRICIA ANN SOUZA 

711 Lafayette St., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

MARGARET ELLEN STEEL 

21 Clinton Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JEAN ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 

108 High Service Ave., North Providence, R. I. 02911 

MARILYN E. SULLIVAN 

41 Margie Ave., Cresskill, N. J. 07626 

PAMELA M. SULLIVAN 

39 Mountain Ave., East Providence, R. I. 02915 

MARILYN A. SWEENEY 

227 Adams St., Milton, Mass. 02186 

MARTHA E. TAFT 

152 Wheeler Ave., Edgewood, R. I. 02905 

JANE M. THIBAULT 

148 Barnes St., Fall River, Mass. 02721 

DIANE M. TONNES 

9 Stockton Dr., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

BARBARA A. TRACY 

212 Vernon Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

KAREN A. TREACY 

HQ 7101 AB WG, APO New York 09332 

KATHERINE M. TRIBBLE 

128 Rockland Ave., Maiden, Mass. 02148 

JOYCE F. TUTTLE 

46 Hoxsie Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02889 

ELIZABETH ANN VARGAS 

133 Rice Ave., Somerset, Mass. 02725 

ROBERTA A. VEECH 

167 Audubon Rd., Warwick, R. I. 02888 

GLORIA JEAN VICKI 

44 Hanmer St., East Hartford, Conn. 06108 

LUCILLE D. WALSH, R.N. 

345 Mendon Rd., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

PATRICIA A. WATSON 

35 Hillside Ter., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

FRANCES WEGLOWSKI 

738 Broadway, Fall River, Mass. 02720 

ELIZABETH L. WEIS 

171 Long Hill St., East Hartford, Conn. 06108 

SUSAN A. WHITEHEAD 

141 Lenox Ave., Providence, R. I. 02907 



190 



CLASS OF 1970 



MARY JANE ABBOTT 

1300 Narragansett Blvd., Edgewood, R. I. 02905 

ANTOINETTE L. ALBRIZIO 

Bruce Park Dr., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 

SUZANNE M. ARCHAMBEAULT 

310 Lebanon Hill, Southbridge, Mass. 01550 

VIRGINIA HAYES ARNOLD 

54 Poplar St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

CATHERINE ANN BARBARIA 

70 Thomas St., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

JUDITH ANN BARRY 

74 Essex St., Saugus, Mass. 01906 

CYNTHIA ANNE-C. BATES 

15 Amherst Rd., Marblehead, Mass. 01945 

MARY CATHERINE BERNARD 

R.D. 2, Salem, N. J. 08079 

JEANNE THERESA BERNIER 

16 Blaisdell Ave., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

PAULETTE BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

ROSEMARY H. BIANCO 

130 Marion Ave., North Adams, Mass. 01247 

MARY-LOUISE BIELOT 

21 Glenview Rd., Merion, Conn. 06450 

JANINE LEE BIZZINSKY 

68 Wollaston St., Cranston, R. I. 02910 

KATHERINE ANN BOTELHO 

228 Lincoln St., Seekonk, Mass. 02771 

SUSAN MARY BOYLE 

7 Alice Dr., Nashua, N. H. 03060 

JOAN CECELIA BRADLEY 

187 Vernon Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

MARY SUSAN ANN BRUNO 

101 High St., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

CAROL ANN BRZOZOWSKI 

90-07 91st Ave., Woodhaven, L. I., N. Y. 11421 

JANET CHRISTINE BURNS 

155 Archambault Ave., West Warwick, R. I. 02893 

REGINA ELEANOR BYRNES 

26 Rockland Ave., Maiden, Mass. 02148 

MARGARET TERESA CARDILLO 

69 Marshall St, Providence, R. I. 02909 

JANE ANN CARROLL 

428 Prospect St., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

SUZANNE MARGARET CARTER 

31 Old Beach Rd, Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARIBEL CECILIA CHANDECK 

Apartado 665, Panama, Rep. De Panama 

CHERIE ANNE CHAYER 

Quarters E-l, Melville 

U.S. Naval Station, Newport, R. I. 02840 

ELIZABETH ANN CIALLELLA 

149 Middle Hwy, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

ROSE MARIE CIALLELLA 

149 Middle Hwy, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

ELAINE MARIE COCCIA 

35 Orchard Ave, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

ANNE LOUISE CONATY 

45 Welton St, Waterbury, Conn. 06708 

MARY ELIZABETH COSTELLO 

124 Roslyn Ave, Cranston, R. I. 02910 

NANCY LOUISE CRANE 

Route 1, Boonsboro, Md. 21713 

CYNTHIA THERESA CYR 

20 Donna La, Bristol, Conn. 06010 

LOUISE DIANE CYR 

332 North Main St, Acushnet Mass. 02743 



ADELE MARYANN DALEY 

66 Westernview Circle, East Longmeadow, Mass. 01028 

MAUREEN FRANCES DALEY 

21 Pennacook St, Newport, R. I. 02840 

DIANNE MARIE DANIS 

170 Pleasant St, Franklin, Mass. 02038 

SUZANNE MARIE DAVIGNON 

64 Eddy St, North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 

PATRICIA MARIE DEACON 

88 Cypress St, Floral Park, N. Y. 11001 

MARGARET NILAN DICAIRANO 

10518 Cascade Place, Silver Spring, Md. 20902 

SUZANNE DICK 

7 Harbour Rd, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

JOAN CATHERINE DIGNEY 

49 Brandywine Rd, Hohokus, N. J. 07423 

CLAUDIA MARIE DI ORIO 

124 Langdon St, Providence, R. I. 02904 

KATHLEEN MARIE DOBLER 

237 Carnation Ave, Floral Park, N. Y. 11001 

MAUREEN ANN DOLAN 

94 Williams St, Norwich, Conn. 06360 

VIRGINIA MARIA DOOLEY 

218 North Ave. West, Cranford, N. J. 07016 

JANET CAROL DUPERE 

Terrybrooke Rd, Rehoboth, Mass. 02769 

CAROL FRANCES DYBALA 

101 Pelletier Ave, Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

KATHLEEN ANN EAGAN 

861 Winyah Ave, Westfield, N. J. 07090 

ELIZABETH CHRISTEL ELLIS 

Durham Rd, Madison, Conn. 06443 

PEGGY LORRAINE FONTES 

7 Lynn Ave, North Chelmsford, Mass. 01863 

RITA MARIE FRANCIS 

10 South Sharon St, East Providence, R. I. 02914 

» BARBARA ELIZABETH FRENCH 

57 Fir Ave, Tiverton; R. I. 02878 

JANE ALICE GARGANESE 

107 Lawndale Dr., East Greenwich, R. I. 02818 

JOANNE EDNA GAUTHIER 

1017 Kennedy St, Falls Church, Va. 22046 

JUDITH ANNE GIFFORE* 

11 Poplar St, Newport, R. I. 02840 

NANCY JOAN GILLIS 

27 Pleasant St, Saugus, Mass. 01906 

ELLEN MARTHA GRIFFIN 

65 Park Ave, Natick, Mass. 01762 

KAREN ELIZABETH GROSS 

699 Wellington Rd, Ridgewood, N. J. 07450 

JANE ANN HAESCHE 

167 Valley Crest Dr., Rocky Hill, Conn. 06067 

PATRICIA MARIE HALL 

24 Biltmore Ave, Providence, R. I. 02908 

MARIE AMY HARRIS 

Overlook Dr., Greenwich, Conn. 06807 

CHERYL ANNE HOLDEN 

Windcrest Sachuest Way, Middletown, R. I. 02840 

HELEN MARY HOWARD 

304 Main St, North Brookfield, Mass. 01535 

LINDA MARY JACKSON 

20 Metcalf Dr., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

SUSAN JENKINSON 

21 River Ave, Swansea, Mass. 02777 

MARY SUSAN KEALLY 

115 Haverford St, Hamden, Conn. 06517 



191 



ELIZABETH FRAZIER KEENAN 

130 Valley View Dr., Wethersfield, Conn. 06109 

KATHRYN RIGNEY KELLEY 

33 Ingleside Ave., Cranston, R. I. 02905 

MARIFRANCES KELLY 

47 Primrose St., Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

MICHAELLA MARGARET KELLY 

47 Primrose St., Pawtucket, R. I. 028'60 

SHEILA ANN KENNEDY 

37 Forest Ave., Middletown,, R. I. 02840 

SUZANNE KING 

34 Willow Ave., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

MARY VICTORIA KLESTINEC 

Dogwood Dr., Centerbrook, Conn. 06409 

FRANCES REGINA KOZMA 

30 Sunset St., Windsor, Conn. 06095 

LESLIE JEAN KRAMER 

Qtrs. B, U.S. Naval Hospital, Newport, R. I. 02840 

ARLENE JANICE KREBS 

207 Cooper Rd., North Babylon, N. Y. 11703 

CARLENE ANNE LADINO 

77 Rounds St., New Bedford, Mass. 02740 

CHRISTINE HELEN LA FLAMME 

63 Everett St., Warren, R. I. 02885 

KATHLEEN ANNE LANNAN 

8 Colonial Dr., Chelmford, Mass. 01824 

SHARON ANN LANOUE 

18 Chambers St., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

BARBARA ANN LA VORGNA 

80 Wilmot Rd., Hamden, Conn. 06514 

JOYCE MARIE LAWRENCE 

32 Kent St., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 

ANN MARIE LAZZARI 

327 Hollywood Ave., Crestwood, N. Y. 10707 

CLAIRE FRANCES LE FAVE 

31 Wetmore St., Central Falls, R. I. 02863 

DONNA MARIA LEMANSKI 

14 West End Ave., Westboro, Mass. 01581 

CARMELA MARIE LEPORE 

71 South Washington St., Plainville, Conn. 06062 

CATHERINE V. LITWIN 

9619 Kingston Rd., Kensington, Md. 20795 

JOYCE ANN LUKAESEWSKI 

215 Burlington Ave., Bristol, Conn. 06010 

JOANNE MARY LYNCH 

100 Concord Ave., Cranston, R. I. 02910 

SHEILA MARIE MARA 

II Chandler St., North Providence, R. I. 02911 

ELIZABETH MARIA MASTALSKI 

27 Sherwood Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KATHLEEN JOYCE MC ARDLE 

East Lake Rd., Cazenovia, N. Y. 13035 

CONSTANCE MC BRIER 

60 Prairie Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

MARY LOUISE MC ELROY 

III Arlington, Ave., Providence, R. I. 02900 

MARGARET MARY MC KENNA 

29 Longview Dr., Cranston, R. I. 02920 

JUDITH LEE MEDEIROS 

4 Church Cove Rd., Bristol, R. I. 02809 

CRISTINA CONSTANCE MELLO 

28 Sales St., Fall River, Mass. 02724 

ANNE LOUISE MENG 

64 Southern Pkwy., Rochester, N. Y. 14618 

KAREN ANNE MIESCH 

99 Bemis Rd., Holyoke, Mass. 01040 



MARCIA ALICE MONFETTE 

32 Hillview Dr., North Providence, R. I. 02904 

MARIE DIANE MORELLI 

71 Holley Place, Torrington, Conn. 06790 

JEANNE ELLEN MURPHY 

17 Stanley St., Dumont, N. J. 07628 

MARGARET ELLEN MURPHY 

161 West 8th St., Bayonne, N. J. 07002 

JENNIFER ANN MURRAY 

4 Elizabeth La., Hyannis, Mass. 02601 

MAUREEN ELIZABETH NOBLE 

82 Milwood Rd., East Hartford, Conn. 06118 

PATRICIA ANN NOLAN 

19 Indian Hill Rd., Arlington, Mass. 02174 

DAMIEN ELLEN O'BRIEN 

Ruggles Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

JOE ANN O'BYMACHOW 

140 Prospect Ave., West Haven, Conn. 06516 

MAUREEN ADELE O'NEILL 

38 Soundview Dr., Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 11743 

JUDY PARSONS 

30 Bliss Mine Rd., Middletown, R. I. 02840 

ROSEMARY PEREIRA 

254 Nash Rd., New Bedford, Mass. 02746 

JANICE LINDA PERRY 

7 Stanley Ave., Taunton, Mass. 02780 

DONNA JEANNE PLACE 

100 Princeton St., New Bedford, Mass. 02745 

KATHRYN ANNE PODPOSKI 

67 Mason St., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 

CATHERINE ANN PRATTE 

20 Lyndon St., Warren, R. I. 02885 

JANE PATRICIA PRINN 

155 Linnell St., Rumford, Me. 04276 

KATHLEEN ELIZABETH QUINN 

328 Elderwood Ave., Pelham, N. Y. 10803 

CHRISTINE ELIZABETH QUINTON 

91 Fourth St., East Greenwich, R. I. 02818 

SUSAN MARIE REARDON 

15 Ivy Ave., Cranston, R. I. 02905 

EILEEN LOUISE REMARSKI 

193 Finch Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. 02860 

DONNA MARIE RITCHIE 

4 Wilbur Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

HELEN CHRISTINE ROCHELEAU 

17 Hamlet Ave., Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 

CAROLYN ANN ROGERS 

688 Church Ave., Warwick, R. I. 02889 

MARCY ANN ROGGERO 

271 Spring St., Newport, R. I. 02840 

KATHLEEN E. ROURKE 

Pine Grove Rd., Rehoboth, Mass. 02769 

KAREN ROSE SANIESKI 

120 Elm St., Branford, Conn. 06405 

GERTRUDE CLAIRE SANTOS 

507 Broadway, Newport, R. I. 02840 

CAROL ANN SCAPPATICCI 

49 Payne Place, Meriden, Conn. 06450 

MARY JOYCE SHANLEY 

1143 Narragansett Blvd., Edgewood, R. I. 02905 

MARGARET ELEANOR SHEEHAN 

25 Wildemere Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 06708 

CAROLE ANN SMIGIEL 

Christian Hill, Higganum, Conn. 06441 

MARY JANE G. SOMMER 

224 Belmont Ave., West Hempstead, N. Y. 11552 



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SHARON ANN SQUILLACIOTI 

39 Maitland St., New Bedford, Mass. 02740 

MAUREEN ANN STANKO 

279 Foley Ave., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

SUSAN LORAIN STEELE 

152 Park Ave., Arlington, Mass. 02174 

PENELOPE STILLWELL 

377 Rolling Rock Rd., Mountainside, N. J. 07092 

DEBORAH WHALEN SULLIVAN 

91 Bliss Rd., Newport, R. I. 02840 

LYNDA ANNE SULLIVAN 

34 Nicholson Crescent, Middletown, R. I. 02840 

ROSEMARY ELIZABETH SUTTON 

18 Gladstone St., Providence, R. I. 02905 

PAMELA MARGARET SWEENEY 

8 Outlook Dr., Darien, Conn. 06822 

ELIZABETH WARD TERLEP 

1732 E. Beardsley Ave., Elkhart, Ind. 46514 

PATRICIA MARY TESIK 

32 Westminster Rd., Manchester, Conn. 06040 

JOAN MARIE THERRIEN 

21 Child St., Portsmouth, R. I. 02871 

ROBERTA EILEEN THOMPSON 

45 Riley Dr., East Providence, R. I. 02915 



EILEEN FRANCES THOUBBORON 

141 Sampson Pkwy., Pittsfield, Mass. 01201 

NANCY NARTOUHI TOPALIAN 

83 Ayrault St., Providence, R. I. 02908 

ROSE-MARIE VINCENT 

106 Shippee Ave., Coventry, R. I. 02816 

LINDA ANN WAITE 

41 Fir Ave., Tiverton, R. I. 02878 

JANET ANN WALKER 

701 Steamboat Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 

CAROL ANNE WARD 

111 Deer St., Somerset, Mass. 02726 

BARBARA CLAIRE WATHNE 

67 Woodland Rd., Demarest, N. J. 07627 

MARY THERESA WATTERSON 

240 Gibbs Ave., Newport, R. I. 02840 

PATRICIA MARIE WHITE 

17 Pierce Rd., Belmont, Mass. 02178 

NANCY MARIE WILBAR 

115 Park St., Newton, Mass. 02158 

LINDA ANN ZERILLI 

151 Schraalenburgh Rd., Haworth, N. J. 07641 



193 



PATRONS 



His Excellency Most Reverend Russell J. McVinney, D.D., L.L.S. 
His Excellency Most Reverend James L. Connally, D.D. 
His Excellency Most Reverend Bernard Kelly, D.D. 



Reverend Francis P. Brady 
Reverend Edward H. Flannery 
Reverend Raphael Marzilli 
Reverend John Reilly 
Reverend Anthony Rebeiro 
Reverend Joseph Sheneck 
Reverend John Shea, A.B. 




Very Reverend Donald G. Sherry, O.P. 
Reverend Thomas F. Wright 
Cornelius Moore, Esquire 
Mother Mary Regina, R.S.M. 
Mother Mary Kieran, R.S.M. 
Sister Mary Emily, R.S.M. 



Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DiGiammo 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Simmons 
Dr. Foster Cogswell True 



Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Aleixo 
Dr. Laurence E. Bouchard 

Francis H. Brown 



Tony Abbot Orchestra 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allely 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Archambeault 



Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bohlen 
Mr. Harry C. Brawley 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Brown 



Chester Bailey 

Matthew I. Barron 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. Baselice 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruno 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vincent Burns 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Caden 



Mrs. Edward F. Bell 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bernard 
Mrs. Leo C. Bizzinski 



Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Caron 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Carroll 
Captain and Mrs. W. T. Clampet 



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Mrs. Leonard F. Clingham 
Mr. and Mrs. John Corriera 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger V. Cronin 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Gleeson 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Godin 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Green 



Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crowley 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Deacon 
Francis J. Dobler 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Griffin 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gross 
Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gualtieri 



Mr. and Mrs. Owen F. Dolan 
Mrs. William M. Dolan 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Donnelly 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Haesche 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hambly 
Arnold P. Harmande 



Mr. and Mrs. Philip V. Donohue 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Duch 
Mr. and Mrs. Alcide Dumais 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilbert Harrington 
Mrs. Leon Hazebrouck, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Healy 



Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Dupere 

Eddie's Window and House Cleaning Service 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Evans 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Healey 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefko 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Henry 



Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Fanning 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feeley 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Foley 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hetherington 
Hope Cleaners, Inc. 
Elsie L. Horan 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fontanella 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Fontes 

Judge and Mrs. William J. Gearon 



Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer J. Howard 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Kelly 



195 



196 



Mrs. Norma L. Kelvey 
Mrs. Robert J. Klestinec 
Mr. and Mrs. William Kplkmeyer 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. McCarthy 
Mr. and Mrs. John McCaughery 
Mrs. James E. McDonald 



Capt. and Mrs. Scott G. Kramer 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kravzyk 
Mrs. Stella La Flamme 



Mr. and Mrs. John W. McEvoy 
Mrs. Mark V. McGrane 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMahon 



Mr. and Mrs. Luco Lancellotti 
Mrs. Edward J. Lanigan 
Mr. Carmen D. La Vorgna 



McNulty Realty 

Miss Anne E. Murphy 
Mrs. James E. Murphy 



John B. Lazarri 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lukasewski 
Mrs. Dorothy Marcello 



James F. Murphy, Esq. 

Capt. and Mrs. E. T. Nealon 
Dr. and Mrs. William S. Nerone 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Marino 
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Marra 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Martin 



Mrs. Gregory Noonan 

Mr. and Mrs. John Nowicki 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. O'Bymachow 



Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martone 
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Marzilli 
Mr. and Mrs. Irenee F. Mathieu 



Redmond A. O'Callaghan 
Raymond Ogrodnik 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. O'Neil 



Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mathison 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Mazzari 
Dr. and Mrs. Allan J. McCarthy 



Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. O'Toole 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pailthorpe 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perry 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Pettine 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pikor 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinherd 



Mr. and Mrs. John Sousa 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Steel 
Miss Honore Sullivan 



Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Place 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Podposki 
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Quirk 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sullivan 
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Tavares 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Tribble 



Mr. and Mrs. Eloy D. Reardon 
Mr. William B. F. Reardon 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Reynolds 



Mrs. Desire Vanvooren 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Vespia 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Viera 



Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Ritchie, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac F. Robinson, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Rooney 



James F. Walker 

Mr. and Mrs. Fasting Wathne 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Watson 



Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ryan 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Ryan 
Mr. and Mrs. Sarando Sarganis 



Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Wenzler 
Mrs. John C Woods 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Wright 



Bernard F. Scahill 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Sciarrotta 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Shearer 



Mr. James T Young 
A Friend 
A Friend 



Mr. Thomas F. Sheridan 

Mr. and Mrs Charles H. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith 



A Friend 
A Friend 
A Friend 



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The Class of 1967 



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THE 

NEWPORT NATIONAL 

BANK 



SINCE 1803 



The Directors, Officers, and Staff of The Newport National Bank 

extend congratulations to the graduating class 

and our sincere best wishes 

for long and fruitful careers. 



Four Convenient Offices to Serve You 

192 Bellevue Avenue, Newport 

8 Washington Square, Newport 

99 East Main Road, Aquidneck Shopping Center, Middletown 

3040 East Main Road, Portsmouth 



ALL OFFICES OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL NOON 




The JXeivport JXational Bank i^full^ 

NEwrorr middletown Portsmouth ??bank~ 



MEMBER FK0EHA1. DEPOSIT INSTANCE CORPORATION • FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



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Established 1943 



EILEEN MCCLURE 



GAYLORD STUDIO 



64 Arcade Building 

Third Floor 
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

GAspee 1-1917 



Portrait Photographer 



Wedding Photographer 



Phone ST 1-8087 



JOSEPH H. ABBOTT CO., INC. 

Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor 



128 Narragansett Avenue 
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



For the Finest in Motion Pictures 




Visit Newport's Modern Comfortable Theatre 
The Newly Remodeled 


BALZANO'S FRUIT BASKET 

HOPE STREET 


OPERA HOUSE 


BRISTOL, R. I. 


Washington Square 

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VIKING HOTEL AND MOTOR INN 

Swimming Pool - Family Plan 

175 NEW ROOMS 

Free Radio - Free Parking - Television 

TORCH TAVERN - NORSE GRILL - SKOAL ROOM 
COLONIAL ROOM 

NEWPORT'S FINEST & MOST MODERN FACILITY 

LEONARD J. SCALIZI, Innkeeper 

AAA Approved 

On Route 138 Newport, Rhode Island 

Bellevue Avenue 401-847-3 300 



A Friend of Education 
GEORGE N. BOUCHARD 



JUDGE and MRS. ERNEST C. HORROCKS, JR. 



Congratulations 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Holland 



NEWSPAPERS - HALLMARK CARDS - MAGAZINES 



WILLIAM H. JACKSON 

WARREN NEWS STAND 



498 MAIN ST. - WARREN, R. I. - TEL. 245-9000 



Best Wishes from 



EGAN'S LAUNDRY AND 
CLEANERS, INC. 



Laundry - Cleaning - Fur Storage 



847-0500 



GAIL'S 

HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

Hair Styling - Hair Coloring 
Permanent Waving 

684-2140 Walter and Anne Bochenek 

78 Vreeland Avenue Paterson, N. J. 



Best Wishes 



Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Servant 



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969 Park Ave. at Reservoir 



Cranston, R. I. 



Tel. ST. 1-8080 

W. F. COSTELLO CO. 

WHOLESALE 

TOBACCONISTS • CONFECTIONERS 




Tel. CHerry 5-8363 R. I. License 18 




SEAFOOD 




SOUSA'S SHELL FISH 


Compliments of 


Clams - Quahoags 
Little Necks - Crabs and Lobsters 


MUENCHINGER-KING HOTEL 


Specialize in 




Fish 8C Chips Clam Cakes 




WATER STREET WARREN, R. I. 







•i 


Best Wishes 


Compliments 


C. 


H. CHARLES 5£ & 10^ 


of 




94 WILLIAM STREET 


BOVE CHEVROLET 




92 BROADWAY 




Newport 


Rhode Island 



Compliments of 

McGANN'S RESTAURANT 

102 Connell Highway 

NEWPORT, R. I. 



Tel.: 847-4248 



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SKTttnpttt Pull; 




established 1846 

Evenings Except Sundays and Holidays 
Largest Circulation in Southern Rhode Island 



The Edward A. Sherman Publishing Co. 
140 Thames St. — Newport, R. I. 



Telephone 846-1600 





Compliments 




of 


Congratulations and 


MACK'S CLAM SHACK 


Best Wishes '67 


"The Finest in Fried Sea Food, 




Spaghetti and Steaks" 


Mr. and Mrs. John J. Reardon 


West Young St. 
Orders to Newport, R. I. 
Take Out Tel. 846-0426 



In Appreciation 




AVENUE MUSIC SHOP 




Records — Musical Instruments 
and Pianos 

144 BELLE VUE AVE. 


Congratulations 
Class of '67 


NEWPORT 


Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heneault 


Tel. 847-6096 





A Friend 



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BAMBI'S EXPOSITION HALL 

CASINO TERRACE 

Newport's Finest Under 21 Club 
Extends its Congratulations to the 
Graduating Class of Salve Regina 



Best Wishes, 

WILLIAM COWSILL, SR., "BIGGIE" KORN, DAVID W. RAY, 

and 
THE COWSILL FAMILY 



Compliments of 

HENRY J. DE COTIS, INSURANCE AGENCY 

116 Bellevue Ave. 



Tel. 846-9666 Newport 



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Congratulations '67 



MIKE HATTUB 



Tel. 846-0219 or Kent Murray, Prop. 
846-9561 


"BAMBI'S" 


MURRAY'S 


Where the Food Is Out of This World! 


SUNOCO SERVICE STATION 


Catering — Delivery Service 


Road Service — Tune-up Jobs 


Tel. 846-8300 


"Specializing in Sports Cars" 


1 Casino Terrace Newport 


5 Memorial Blvd. Newport, R. I. 





847-0303 




NARMGANSETT Clothing Co. 



n Memorial Blvd. 
Newport, R.I. 



The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
of Newport Inc. 



43 Memorial Blvd. 



Newport, R. I. 



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BLUE RIBBON LAUNDRY 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sullivan 



Best Wishes 



Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Wood 



THE ARTHUR H. TILLEY CO. 

Plumbing - Heating 

County Wide Service - Remodeling and Repair Specialists 
Licensed - Bonded - Insured - Work Guaranteed 

Res.: A. J. Shea, Prop. — 847-1475 

34 Frank Street 

NEWPORT, R. I. 
846-0863 



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Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Fleming 



Mr. and Mrs. John E. McArdle 



Best wishes to the Class of 1967 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Muros 



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® 



s 



From 



DAVID RAY AND STAFF 



J 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1967 



A 



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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES — TELEVISION 
HOUSEWARE — GIFTS — GLASSWARE 


1 


CovelTs — Since 1872 

847-0347 165 Thames Street 
847-6280 Newport, R. 1. 


Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF '67 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Avery 



Congratulations to 
THE CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. Vance D. Huling, Sr. 



47 LONG WHARF 



NEWPORT, R. I. 



IDEAL EGG SERVICE 

Newport County's Laroebt Distributor 

Fribh Native Eoqb - Frozen Whole Eoqd 

Hamb - Bacon - Butter - Margarine 

Frkih Poultry - Turkeys 



N. F. "Denny" BRDWN 



Plant - VI 6-ODD1 
Res. 6B3-912B 



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-BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 



Compliments of 



NEWPORT ELECTRIC CORPORATION 



CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Aubin Jr. and Patricia '68 



Best Wishes to 




CLASS OF 1967 


CONGRATULATIONS '67 


HURLEY'S 


Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Mattias 




Ever Ready Diner Inc. 




50 Admiral Street 


Mrs. Timothy P. Foley 


Providence, R. I. 




Roger Godin Thomas Conley 



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Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 
The Crowley's 




NEWPORT. K II <) D K ISLAND 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CHARLES L. PATRONE 

Insurance Agency Inc. 
43 FAIRMOUNT AVENUE 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 02136 



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C ongr atulations 



MR. AND MRS. EARLE D. MULLARE 




Tel OSBORNE 3-3957 



TORCHIA PHOTOGRAPHERS 



3SS SO. MAIN STREET 
FALL RIVER. MASS. 



BROADWAY FLORIST 

Opposite Bliss Rd. 

324 Broadway 

Tel.: VI 7-2181 Anytime NEWPORT, R. I. 

Free Parking in Rear 



FAMILY OF ADRIAN LAPP 



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Greetings from 



CLAIBORNE PELL 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 
MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS J. CAVANAUGH 



SULLY'S PUBLIK HOUSE 



"Your Home Away From Home — " 



BELLEVUE SHOPPING CENTER NEWPORT, R. I. 



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Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF 1967 

The Wishing Well 



Newport Ave. 



Pawtucket, R. I. 



I. F. MATHIEU INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

16 FRANKLIN ST. 

NORWICH, CONN. 



MR. AND MRS. J. DONALD HIGGINS 



NEWPORT OIL CORPORATION 

Gasoline — Fuel Oils 
24-Hour Oil Burner Service 

IRON FIREMAN HEATING SYSTEMS 



128 Long Wharf 



NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



Telephone: 846-2600 



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The Cheese Shop 
OF NEWPORT 

at Fruitland 

176 BELLE VUE AVENUE 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 02840 



COUNTY LOAN AND FINANCE 

CORPORATION 

Providence, Rhode Island 



Offices 


Telephones 


387 Atwells Avenue 


331-9550 


264 Pocasset Avenue 


331-7966 




944-9141 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



TO THE CLASS OF 1967 



MR. AND MRS. JOHN S. MURTHA 



Compliments 

of 

LT. COL. EDWARD F. FLEMING 
AND FAMILY 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 



DE BLOIS OIL COMPANY 



PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 



PAWTUCKET, R. I. 



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PAUL BAILEYS 

Chrysler - Plymouth 

ROUTE 102 
NORTH KINGSTOWN, R. I. 



Compliments of 



THE NEWPORT GAS LIGHT COMPANY 



181 Thames Street 



Newport, R. I. 



Best Wishes to the 


Congratulations 


CLASS OF 1967 


CLASS OF 1967 


Mr. and Mrs. 


Mr. and Mrs. 


Joseph P. Pandolfe 


James J. McAleer 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 

PERROTTI'S 
REXALL DRUGS 

BELLWAY DRUG, INC. 
2 Great Stores to Serve You 
176 Broadway, Tel. 847-0327 181 Bellevue Ave., Tel. 846-7800 



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THE PIER RESTAURANT 

Howard Wharf off Thames St. 
Overlooking Beautiful Newport Harbor 

Newport, R. I. 

Phone 847-3645 

Luncheon - Dinner - Cocktails 
Complete Marina Facilities 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF '67 

Dr. and Mrs. Lorenzo T. Lonardo 





MARCUCCI'S 


Compliments of 


Submarine Sandwich 


A. Silvia Refrigeration 


Shops 


and Air Conditioning j 


170 Broadway 168 Thames St. 




846-1054 846-4220 



CAFE 200 
AND ESQUIRE ROOM 

Best Pizza This Side of Italy 

Broadway at Gould Street 
Newport, Rhode Island 

WE DELIVER 

PIZZAphone 847-0200 



CHARLES L. BOOTH, INC. 

550 TOWER HILL ROAD 

North Kingstown, R. I. 

Heating Oils & Burner Service 



QUIRK AND McGINN, INC. 




Tuxedos for Rent 


BEST WISHES 


Providence Paxtucket 




88 Dorrance St. 1 N. Union St. 


Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCabe 


Warwick Attleboro 




31 Occupasstuxet Rd. 25 Bank St. 





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NEWPORT CREAMERY 



Ice Cream and Sandwiches 



2 08 W. Main Road 

MIDDLETOWN 



Bellevue Shopping Center 

NEWPORT 



"At the Sign of the Golden Cow" 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Flannery 



Compliments of 



Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. White 



Compliments 
of 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. O'Donnell 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Chenail 



Congratulations to the Class of 1967 

YANKEE TRADER 



MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CLOTHIERS - GIFTS 



170 Bellevue Ave., Newport 



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VIKING CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE 

250 WEST MAIN ROAD 
MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 



President 
John J. Capuano 



Treasurer 
Carmine Carcieri 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



This star 

the united 

brotherhood 




represents 
spirit of 
of all faiths 



College Delicatessen and Restaurant 



146 Bellevue Ave. 
Newport, R. I. 



846-2929 
846-8822 



Car Sales 






and Service 



<5 



4° 



88 CONNELL HIGHWAY Newport, R. I. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1967 



MR. AND MRS. KARL F. SHERRY 



"BEACHMOUND" 



Best Wishes 

JOHN P. GALLAGHER 

Contractor 

15 Florence Ave. 
Newport, R. I. 

Tel. 847-2758 



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T. J. BROWN 

LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR 

All Kinds of Trucking — Dealer in Loam and Fertilizer 
Bulbs, Seeds, and All Types of Plants and Evergreens 



23 Lucas Ave. 
Newport, R. I. 



Tel. 847-2081 



Jack's 



WOMEN'S CANCELLATION SHOES 

Finest Brand Names 
Savings up to 60% 



188 Bellevue Ave. 



Newport, R. I. 



Ph. 846-8107 



Compliments of 




Newport Motor Inn 


Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF 1967 


936 West Main Rd. 


Mr. and Mrs. William J. Foley 


Middletown, R. I. 




Tel. 846-7600 





Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1967 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. McAleer 



BILL DEL NERO 
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY, INC. 

Tailoring - Re-Weaving - Pressing 
Waterproofing - Mothproofing 

11 Farewell Street Newport, Rhode Island 
Telephone 847-6800 Dry Cleaning 

Delivery Service Laundering 

Newport - Midd. - Ports. 



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JAMES W. DWYER 
President 



FRANCIS G. DWYER 

Treasurer 



GUSTAVE J. S. WHITE, INC. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Auctioneers and Appraisers 

• 
37 Bellevue Avenue 



Telephone: 847-4200 



NEWPORT, R. I. 



Bus Service Direct to 
Providence - Boston - Fall River 

Connections to All Points 
Deluxe Charter Service — Phone: 846-1820 

THE SHORT LINE, INC. 
Newport, R. I. 



Compliments of 

STRAND THEATER 

NEWPORT, R. I. 
New England Theaters, Inc. 



Compliments of 
WILBY'S FABRIC SHOP 

Fabrics of 

Style, Quality, Value 

Vogue, Butterick, Simplicity Patterns 

Trimmings — Notions — Buttons 



326 Broadway 



Tel. 846-0608 



J. T. O'CONNELL, INC. 

LUMBER, MASONS' MATERIALS, PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 
Builders' Hardware — Marine Supplies 

89 LONG WHARF— 364 THAMES STREET 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 
TELEPHONE 846-2220 



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Desde Panama, Puente y Enlace De Las Americas, 

Nuestros Votos Fervientes Per El Exito 

De Salve Regina College 

Ernesto Chandeck Panama 



MR. AND MRS. EDWARD J. WORST 



Compliments of the Book Store 



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The Class of 1968 



Wishes You Every Success 



and Happiness for the Future 



Congratulations to Our 

Senior Sisters 



from 



THE CLASS OF 1969 



Best Wishes to the 



Class of '67 



from the 



CLASS OF 1970 



Going, Going, Gone . . . ? 



Ochre Lodge 



Tinis" 



o 

o 
o 




Founder's Flounders 



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Photos on pages 4, 5, and 9 by: 
Jerry Taylor 



Published by 
WILLIAM T. COOKE PUBLISHING, 
256 South 23rd Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 



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